Monthly Archives: November 2013
Can life spring out of death, can history be reborn out of its ashes, and can heritage be restored? Can a city reduced to debris and melted concrete rise again? Can archaeology exist without archaeology because it has either been … Continue reading
The difference is that the victims of the typhoon are recognized as victims, while the victims of the Assadi regime are as good as invisible most of the time and when they are visible, they are predominantly vilified as the … Continue reading
Picture by Nino Fezza NINO Fezza cinereporter Hello World …Old pictures … but always present … winter has arrived … Children of Syria, remember them..remember them.
My sources for the following report are the the Syrian General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums (DGAMS) and Le patrimoine archéologique syrien en danger الآثار السورية في خطر Both sources list and record the damage caused to the site by new … Continue reading
1. Breaking the spirit of Syria and destroying its will. 2. Putting the seal of approval on the claim that all has been in vain, that all is lost: the dreams, the idealistic aspirations , the quest for emancipation and … Continue reading
All that destroys life and innocence is my enemy. All that unmakes, all that reduces into nothingness or annihilates and obliterates, is my foe and my slayer. All that negates existence or smothers the life forces of man and nature, … Continue reading
I must remember that I am an artist. I must remember my paintings, my etchings, my ceramics and my glass sculptures. The sorrows of Syria, the irredeemably harrowing o pain of the children of Syria and my bearing witness to them have almost severed my life-giving relationship … Continue reading