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Townhouse 15 Years
22/12 - 24/12/2015 [Event]

Solo Project

After the great success of the first edition of Solo Project, we are back with a new program, Solo Project is a new experiment: a series of solo performances, curated by Townhouse Rawabet . During the 22nd, 23rd, 24th of December, Solo Project will bring together individual artists who complete e... read more

29/11 - 12/01/2015 [Exhibition ]

A Worthy Degenerate

Hito Steyerl fervently defends the poor image.1 The low-resolution degenerate: what she calls “the wretched of the screen,” the image that lives on the Internet. The bootlegged and the widely circulated bad versions of their more visually superior counterparts speak of the rich image’s marg... read more

21/11 - 12/12/2015 [Exhibition ]

The Blue Flowers

The Blue Flowers Immanuel Amunue “The unknown is an abstraction; the known, a desert; but what is half-known, half-seen, is the perfect breeding ground for desire and hallucination.” Join us on Thursday, November 19, at 7 pm in the Townhouse West for “The Blue Flowers,” Rundu-based researche... read more

25/10 - 25/10/2015 [Film Screening ]

Aflam West: El Gusto

Aflam West is pleased to invite you to the screening of “El Gusto” next Sunday at 7pm. El Gusto is the story of a group of musicians who were separated by history over 50 years ago and today have been reunited to share once again their common passion: Algerian Chaabi music. Together they formed a... read more

18/10 - 18/10/2015 [Launch ]

Launch of the fifth Cairobserver issue titled "University"

This issue of Cairobserver invites writes with diverse backgrounds to reflect on related questions such as architectural education, reform of higher education in Egypt, the evolution of parallel/alternative education in Egypt, the problematic of the relationship between authorities and university... read more

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