New Zealand: The Aga Khan Exhibition of Architecture arrives in Auckland

An exhibition featuring the winning entries from the world-renowned Aga Khan Award for Architecture was opened for display at the University of Auckland on Wednesday, 12th September and was attended by Deputy Mayor Bill Cashmore, Associate Professor of the School of Architecture and Planning Julia Gatley, National List MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, Young Engineer of…

EMPERORS & JEWELS: TREASURES OF THE INDIAN COURTS FROM THE AL-SABAH COLLECTION, KUWAIT — Aga Khan Museum | Watch Video by Vestnik.ca (Russian)

Aug 18, 2018 – Jan 27, 2019 Discover the deep roots of contemporary fashion’s love affair with men’s jewellery and adornments in this display of exquisitely crafted jewelled artworks from Mughal India. Decorated with gems such as diamonds and carved from semi-precious stone like jade, the objects in this exhibition are drawn from Kuwait’s al-Sabah…

Meet the ‘Skate Girls of Kabul’ through photo exhibition — By Mary Achkhanian on Gulf News com

Series of portraits show young girls participating in a unique programme called Skateistan Award-winning British photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson during an interview at her exhibition ‘Skate Girls of Kabul’ at the Ismaili Centre Dubai. – Image Credit:Clint Egbert/Gulf News Dubai: A new photo exhibition showcasing a series of striking portraits of young Afghan girls skateboarding in…

Alive with artisans: Cairo’s al-Darb al-Ahmar district – a photo essay by the Guardian com UK

Amid the historic quarter’s busy streets, a thousand workshops maintain centuries-old craftmaking traditions. These workers’ ancient skills are celebrated in a new exhibition at London’s Royal Geographical Society – by Harry Johnstone, photography by Christopher Wilton-Steer (…) An artisan stitching a new design. For centuries Khayamiya artisans produced tents, cloths and saddles for those embarking…

Skate Girls of Kabul exhibit tells ‘story of Afghan girls helping each other’ — Metro News |Links, Photos and Video

Aga Khan exhibit captures the fascinating stories of resilient, young skaters, empowerment and ‘the future’ of a war-torn country. (…) Over the coming years, Fulford-Dobson travelled to Kabul multiple times to capture hundreds of portraits of girls skillfully gliding on ramps or standing triumphantly with the boards. Skate Girls of Kabul, an exhibition featuring some…