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Crusades: Myth and Reality
Crusades: Myth and Reality | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterranean‘Crusades: Myth and Realities’, an exhibition of great historic and archeological importance was inaugurated at the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre in association with the Pierides Museum of Contemporary Art (19 Apostolou Varnava Str, Nicosia.
 
Gabi Jimenez or the rage to create
Nathalie Galesne   

Gabi Jimenez or the rage to create  | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanHe is immersed in Gypsy imagination but refuses to identify himself as an artist through the prism of a "specific Roma culture". His painting is a political act like a sharp sword ready to sever all forms of humiliation and discrimination inflicted on Gypsies. An interview

 
Our Memory of the Tragic
Our Memory of the Tragic | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanThe Averroès Encounters have just come to an end in Marseilles after more than a month of words and images to try to define figures of tragic and draw their contours.
 
Hip-hop in France, from street to stage
Hip-hop in France, from street to stage | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanHaving emerged in the suburbs twenty years ago, hip-hop is now part of French cultural heritage. V. Milliot, urban cultures expert discusses the “French Touch” to which she dedicated her thesis.
 
Arab Unrecognized Villages: Ain Hood
Arab Unrecognized Villages: Ain Hood | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanIn 1954, Marcel Yanko, an artist and interior designer, requested permission, from the Israeli authorities, to transform the village that was emptied of its Arab population, into a town exclusively for Jewish artists. Ain Hood was born.
 
Crossings - a cross cultural project
Crossings - a cross cultural project | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanOne of the most innovative institutions in Cyprus, the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre in association with the Pierides Foundation, the Foundation of the Hellenic World in Greece, the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage in Malta and the Instituto per le Technologie Applicate ai Beni Culturali-Consiglio Nazionale delle Recherche of Italy is hosting the first part of a project entitled ‘Crossings’funded by the European Commission.
 
Friche (Urban wasteland) in progress
Friche (Urban wasteland) in progress | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanIn Marseilles, the Friche (urban wasteland) remains a cultural place in progress. In the la Belle de Mai area, it is a big jubilant laboratory against all odds…
 
The Making of Mafrouza
The Making of Mafrouza  | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanIn an interview with François Huguet, French film director Emmanuelle Demoris speaks about her documentary film Mafrouza, the filming and the relations between actors, viewers and the director.
 
Absent faces
Absent faces | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanSophie Bachelier speaks of the profound feelings of loss and emptiness provoked by a journey, often without return. Through photography, she portrays the life of mothers and wives of Senegalese migrants, whose stories she has also filmed.
 
Arab Unrecognized Villages: Ain Hod
Arab Unrecognized Villages: Ain Hod | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanRecognition of the new Arab village of Ain Hod took place in 1992. They insisted on their new village being a continuation of their old one, that they were forced to depart. A full ten years after recognition, Ain Hod only began to receive power recently, which only benefited two houses.
 

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