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At the Corner of a Dream: A Journey of Resistance and Revolution: The Street Art of Bahia Shehab Paperback – March 15, 2020


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"Shehab uses the past to shed new light on the present and inspires the next generation of academics and graphic designers." 
, Prince Claus Fund, The Netherlands

"Shehab's book At the Corner of a Dream tracks her journey from Tahrir Square across the world,and documents her stencils on the walls of fifteen cities.... By showing art in practice, being made an in use, Shehab's photographs go beyond the static documentation of a work of art.... [In] her conclusion, Shehab writes: 'when you are on a journey, it is other people who end up becoming your home [...] Home becomes an idea that we can create anywhere.' In the midst of her documentation of violence, dispossession and exile, resistance is explicitly linked to hospitality."
, Burlington Contemporary

About the Author

Bahia Shehab is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, art historian, and professor of design and founder of the graphic design program at The American University in Cairo. Her publications include A Thousand Times NO: The Visual History of Lam-Alif.
 

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