RUKH, the bird of renaissance, is a society and culture quarterly that explores the dynamics and morals of the Arab world into politics, art, agriculture, architecture and fashion.. Launched in early 2012 in Paris and North Africa, and dubbed the voice of the uprises by media such as Le Monde, GQ and Brownbook, it is now published in Abu Dhabi and linked to beitRUKH, a collective of hotels and cultural centers across the region that will materialize the concepts defined in the magazine.
EUR 10.00 — Released 15 March 2015
"Where are we now" asks the Marrakech Biennale 14 featured in this issue. How has the Arab world grown since its uprises and how do our children grow up there? From Za'atari camp in Jordan to education, from Saint-Laurent Hedi Slimane to urban farming in Algeria and breast implants in Beirut, this is a playground for features revolving around growth!