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Future of Food by National Geographic

A Stunning Exhibition by National Geographic

A stunning photography exhibition in Rome explores the ‘Future of Food’ with amazing pictures by National Geographic. Hosted at Palazzo delle Esposizioni until 15th March 2015, the exhibition displays over 90 photographs taken throughout the world by the magazine’s leading professionals.

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Zena el Khalil and the absence of light

Photograph: Eva Zayat

It’s early May in Beirut and Zena el Khalil is sitting across the table from me. A thin streak of red in her long, dark hair, she is ordering mezze and sipping drinks with a friend as they immerse themselves in deep, contagious laughter. 1,492 more words

Beirut

The Whitewashing Isn’t The Only Terrible Thing About Exodus: Gods And Kings

My commentary

When the first trailers for Ridley Scott’s new epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings, hit, the initial reaction (rightfully) was outrage over the film’s whitewashing.

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Art/Culture

Meet the Artist: Manuel Taure

I don’t call myself an artist. I am simply a filter of my life.”

When artist Manuel Taure shared those words with me, I knew this interview was going to be intruiging, just like the man himself.
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Merida

Meet the Artist: Viviana Hinojosa

“My friends think I’m crazy because I live alone with six cats”, laughs Viviana as she scoots them from my feet. “What will they say when I tell them I just rescued two kittens, only days old, that were dumped in a box on the sidewalk?

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Merida