This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3
This Orient – Issue 3

This Orient – Issue 3

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The Greater Middle East

The Greater Middle East Issue Three

An insight into the Greater Middle Eastern art scene and a debut to a new chapter of This Orient. The richness of specialities, the pure potential and authenticity of Middle Eastern and North African regions needs to be explored and shared with the world.
This issue explores the past, but also celebrates the contemporary North African and Middle Eastern culture and art scene, with all its variations.

The next 40 people who order our third issue get our second issue Sirens on top of that for free. We only count orders from Germany. Orders: 8

These artists are among others part of this issue:

Ali Akbar Sadeghi
Bita Fayyazi
Septembre Architects
Moley Talhaoui
Ayzit Bostan
Nir Altman
Bassam Allam
…And many more exceptional collectives and creative minds

Cover image Mous Lamrabat
Publication Design by Studio Alex Hunting

208 pages + 24pages extra supplement booklet, FSC-Recycled, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper. Dimension 230×300 mm. Printed in Germany.

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Donation
A portion of the proceeds (2€ for each copy) will benefit “No Border Kitchen Lesvos” who gives out food-boxes and meals (approximately 200 a day) to migrants living in Mytilini, Greece that don’t receive any support from other sources.
No Border Kitchen Lesvos is a self-organised group of independent individuals who maintain a solidarity structure on the Greek Island of Lesvos. The main purpose of the collective is to support travellers who are unable to progress with their journey due to European migratory policies.

This Orient gives an insight into the Greater Middle Eastern art scene. The richness of specialities, the pure potential and authenticity of Middle Eastern and North African regions needs to be explored and shared with the world. We want to share what already exists, yet is still waiting to be explored. The name This Orient implies the idea of a space no matter if physical or not, where one feel free to express hisself. Architecture, its residents, their art: We visit artists at their studio and, or home to explore their art.

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