eMagazine - Issue 02
This is a digital issue of Islamic Arts eMagazine, available in PC, MAC and PDF file. Once downloaded it easily opens (as an application) on any computer and can be browsed and read offline.
Size (of the opened file): 1025x770 pixel (width-height)
File Size: PC file 37,8 MB), MAC file (38,7 MB) and PDF file (16,4 MB)
Publisher: MONOLIT, Association for promoting Islamic Arts
Welcome to Issue No. 2 of Islamic Arts eMagazine. In this issue, we explore many interesting themes from the various fields of Islamic art. Firstly, there are interviews with the top-level artists from Great Britain, France, the USA, and Bosnia. Also, in this issue, we are proud to present the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, which lately has been steering the great attention of the world’s artistic scene, not only for its general significance, but also for the very valuable collection of the artistic objects that are displayed within the Museum. We also bring two reportages about cities with a rich Islamic tradition, one from Sarajevo, and the other from Isfahan. These are just some of the themes that we explore in this issue.
On this occasion, we would like to thank all those who have offered their support and who have recognized the importance of this project.
We hope that you will enjoy this new 260 page issue of Islamic Arts eMagazine.
SHORT REVIEW OF SOME BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ISLAMIC ARTS
Reportage from Bosnia and Herzegovina
SARAJEVO - HISTORIC CENTRE OF ISLAMIC CULTURE IN EASTERN EUROPE
Interview with Bosnian calligrapher and ebru artist Elvis Hajdarevic
“WHILE I WORK, I FEEL FREE, AS A CHILD WHO JUST RESEARCHES”
Manuscripts of Qur’an
QUR’AN FROM THE MEHMED KOSKI PASHA MOSQUE IN MOSTAR
Museum of Islamic Art in Doha (Qatar)
A NEW AWAKING OF THE ARABIC SPIRIT
Interview with British artists Vaseem Mohammed
VASEEM MOHMAMMED TALK ABOUT ‘FAMILIAR AND UNFAMILIAR TERRITORIES’
THE IMPERIAL CITIES OF MOROCCO
THE ORIENT IN A MIRROR
World’s famous mosques
SULEYMANIYE MOSQUE - TOP REFLECTION OF OTTOMAN CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE
Interview with French artist Julien Breton
FROM CLASSICAL TO LIGHT AND VIRTUAL CALLIGRAPHY
Todd Drake: Esse Quam Videri Project
Reportage from Iran
WHO SEES ESFAHAN AS IF HE SAW A HALF OF THE WORLD
The Mosque in Slovenia
MOSQUE IN LOG UNDER MANGART
Art therapy 2/2
THE THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES
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