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Tuesday, 23 August, 2011, 3:19 ( 1:19 GMT )
 
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 Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead Aged 27 
24/7/2011

 
Amy Winehouse, the beehived soul-jazz diva whose self-destructive habits overshadowed a distinctive musical talent, was found dead Saturday in her London home, police said. She was 27.
 Zaha Hadid's Contemporary Arts Centre Cincinnati: An Innovative Gallery Experience 
4/1/2011

 
It is often the case that the 'other', to use Edward Said's metaphor, is sidelined in artistic and architectural discourse. We find little more than token mentions of Islamic art and architecture in the canons of 20th century modernism, and the spatial implications of philosophical works by Ibn al-Haytham for example, are for the greater part unheard of in the West. It is comforting therefore to see the continued success of Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, who spent much of her life in the West struggling as an Arab 'other'.
 Libyan Novelist Al-Koni Wins Arab Novel Award 
20/12/2010

 
Libyan novelist Ibrahim al-Koni received in Cairo the Arab Novel Award and dedicated the value of the prize to the children of the Tuareg tribes in Niger and Mali.
 DIFF's Dubai Film Connection 2010 selects 15 projects for production support 
20/12/2010
The Dubai Film Connection, the co-production market of the Dubai International Film Festival, has selected 15 new regional film projects for potential production support from over 130 submissions from Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine, Algeria, Syria and Iraq, among other regional markets.
 Libyan-American, Khaled Mattawa, Wins Most Prestigious Poetry Award in USA 
12/12/2010

 
The Libyan-American poet, professor and translator, Khaled Mattawa, has been awarded the American Artist Fellowship for 2010, the University of Michigan news service reported recently.
 Al-Mazaar Festival 
21/9/2010

 
The second day of Eid El Fitr in Zliten is a day awaited for throughout the whole year, even more than the first day, all in anticipation for al-Mazaar festival. This annual festival is exclusively in Zliten and takes place during both Eid El Fitr and Eid Al-Adha, but is primarily known best for former celebrations.
 US Returns Some Usurped Iraqi Archaeological Loot Resulted from Its Invasion on 2003 
15/9/2010
As a reminder that the looting of Iraq's heritage has hardly been restricted to the militant thieves who pillaged the Iraqi National Museum after the 2003 American invasion, the United States has repatriated a group of objects, some of which were apparently taken as war booty, and others that reflect the region's history of artifact smuggling.
 Christie’s to host art expo in Doha 
15/9/2010
 
The world’s leading art business Christie’s will host a public art exhibition in Doha from October 3 to 5 at The Four Seasons Hotel, showing highlights of modern Middle Eastern art, it was announced yesterday.
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Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead Aged 27
Amy Winehouse, the beehived soul-jazz diva whose self-destructive habits overshadowed a distinctive musical talent, was found dead Saturday in her London home, police said. She was 27.
Libyan Artist Participates at 25th Alexandria Biennale
LIBYAN artist and ceramicist Hadia Gana if one of about 30 artists from the Mediterranean region are currently participating in one of the leading art events in the world, the 25th Alexandria Biennale for Mediterranean countries, in Egypt that opened on December 17 and will last until the end of January.
Zliten Campus at Asmariya University for Islamic Sciences Wins Islamic Architecture Award at Cityscape 2009
The Libyan Zliten Campus at Asmariya University for Islamic Sciences in the city of Zliten, 120km southeast of Tripoli, has won the prestigious Islamic Architecture Award at Cityscape 2009 in Dubai on Tuesday 6 October 2009.

 
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