Egypt Independent

Marie-Jeanne Berger
Marie-Jeanne Berger 0 | Articles

We are here, but where is that?

There are streets that we walk through every day, and it’s quite likely we feel that we know them. We...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 8 years ago

Trapped in Venetian 'tales'

VENICE — In the tourist Mecca of Saint Mark’s Square in Venice, the Doge’s Palace is currently holding an exhibition called...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 8 years ago

To promote democracy, artist taps into power of Egyptian dialect

Handbills, posters, stickers, anything that can hold an idea is being plastered on the graffiti-strewn walls of the Middle East’s...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 8 years ago

‘RGB,’ a dark horse

The “RGB” exhibition at the Townhouse gallery is a dark horse. I must admit that I didn’t get it at...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 9 years ago

Mubarak is melting!

Two Cairene galleries exhibited ruminations on revolutions in the environment, but the difference between the success of the two is...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 9 years ago

Art on the edge at Mashrabia gallery

In the elegant Mashrabia Gallery, tucked behind Talaat Harb Square, an exhibition entitled “On Edge” opened the fall season. But...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 9 years ago

Solidarity exhibit with Farzat reflects violence as resolution

Ali Farzat is a hero. He has been criticizing – through his cartoons – the Assad governments since the mid-1960s....

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 9 years ago

Nabta Art Center: Community and collaboration

Waleed Farouk, as they say, is a man of many hats. Among the most distinguishable is the jaunty kelp-green beret...

Marie-Jeanne Berger Marie-Jeanne Berger 9 years ago