Arab and Coming Out in Art That Speaks Up
Arab and Coming Out in Art That Speaks Up
NABIL MOUSA'S SOLO EXHIBITION AT ARAB AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM JANUARY 12, 2018

Nabil Mousa is among a small but growing number of L.G.B.T. artists of Arab descent incorporating their sexual identity into their work. In doing so, they confront their own apprehensions, along with censorship and surveillance in the Arab world, and what educators and curators say is a reluctance by some institutions in the United States to exhibit their work on its artistic rather than political merit.

NBC News: 11 must-see LGBTQ art shows around the world
NBC News: 11 must-see LGBTQ art shows around the world
AMERICAN LANDSCAPE: AN EXPLORATION OF ART & HUMANITY January 2018
Coming out in America: Syrian artist Nabil Mousa brings LGBT issues to the fore in Michigan show
Coming out in America: Syrian artist Nabil Mousa brings LGBT issues to the fore in Michigan show
January 2018
Art in America
Art in America
Landscapes in Chaos: Nabil Mousa at the Arab American National Museum January 2018
Detroit News: Gay rights, American freedoms explored at AANM
Detroit News: Gay rights, American freedoms explored at AANM
January 2018
IR Insider New York University
IR Insider New York University
Nabil Mousa: Artist on Display January 2018
Victory Day, Through a Lens Darkly
Victory Day, Through a Lens Darkly
Naum Medovoy's Last March highlights the tragic stories of the families of the USSR's 'forgotten' soldiers at Moscow Museum of Modern Art May, 2017
Art Collector: Veil of ignorance by Nabil Muosa
Art Collector: Veil of ignorance by Nabil Muosa
January 2017
ARTVOICES MAGAZINE: INTERVIEW WITH NABIL MOUSA
ARTVOICES MAGAZINE: INTERVIEW WITH NABIL MOUSA
2016

"What really moves me is a feeling that wells up inside of me, like when a leaf falls from a tree, and it floats in the air before it hits the ground. That moves me. It’s the struggle of people; the abuse of the weak; the loving kindness that someone shows. Those are my inspiration."

artnet: City Censors Controversial 9/11-Themed ArtPrize Sculpture Days Before Show Opens
artnet: City Censors Controversial 9/11-Themed ArtPrize Sculpture Days Before Show Opens
2015
New York Magazine, News and Politics
New York Magazine, News and Politics
Klub Prokhorov February2015
Art Collector Color is the Key Andrei Sharov
Art Collector Color is the Key Andrei Sharov
by Joshua Rose December 2014

Russian artist Andrei Sharov's love for color has taken his from the world of high fashion to the painted canvas

Andrei Sharov: At Home in the World
Andrei Sharov: At Home in the World
2014
Hamptons Cottages & Gardens
Hamptons Cottages & Gardens
Vivamus Tincidunt Nibh September 2012
Marcel Duchamp: Chess the art or the art of chess
Marcel Duchamp: Chess the art or the art of chess
ARTinvestment.RU May 2012

The State Tretyakov Gallery together with Salamatina Gallery (New York) organized two lectures with experts in American art as part of the exhibition project "The Triumph of Kaissa. Dedication to Duchamp", which focused on the relationship of modern art to the game of chess. 

New Realism by Nina Levi
New Realism by Nina Levi
April 2012
The New York Times
The New York Times
Nina Levy Related Forms July 10, 2011
Arturo Rodriguiz Arrivals and Departures
Arturo Rodriguiz Arrivals and Departures
March 2010
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
On And Off The Walls: Metaphysical Landscapes June 9, 2010
Brush Strokes to Launch Independence Day
Brush Strokes to Launch Independence Day
JULY 1, 2010
ARTnews
ARTnews
Arturo Rodriguez March 2010
Long Island Pulse
Long Island Pulse
Salamatina Gallery September 27, 2009
Element Magazine
Element Magazine
Carole Feuerman March 2009
ArtForum
ArtForum
Gravida Justo February 2007