Cargo Collective

Continue reading ‘It was the first of its kind where contemporary art was shown in Tripoli in a modern setting,’ says Najla’a el-Ageli of Noon Arts, a private foundation that deals with organising exhibitions of Libyan artists in and outside of Libya. ‘We worked closely with the building, where we used the space as the […]

Libya’s Surfing Club

  ‘You could do kitesurfing, but it was not so easy to find a place,’ says Elwalid, regarding the Libyan public’s recent reclaiming of its coastline, which for the most part was previously only accessible by the authorities. Kitesurfing has been around for decades, emerging from its status as little-brother to windsurfing to its present […]