CULTURUNNERS produces projects which connect artists and good ideas across international borders. Projects are realised through exhibitions, journeys, media campaigns, publications, and artworks.
Facilitating urgent cooperation between artists, cultural institutions and United Nations Agencies in order accelerate implementation of the UN Global Sustainability Goals.
A group of Middle Eastern artists undertake a series of road trips across the US in the CULTURUNNERS RV, exploring common concerns across one of the most contested ideological borders of our time.
Ahmed Mater's multi-year project - incorporating film, artefacts and photography - documents unofficial histories behind the commercial development and mass expansion of the holy city of Mecca.
One of the most influential political cartoonists in the Arab world, Khalid Albaih travels to America to explore a shared struggle for human and civil rights in the United States, his native Sudan, and the wider Islamic World.
Sara Ouhaddou takes a road-trip from New York to Los Angeles in search of a new meaning for the ubiquitous symbol of the 5 and 8 pointed star.
Yazan Khalili travels to visit American towns called 'Palestine', the name of a place that has been subjected to one of the most systematic acts of forgetfulness.
John Mireles travels to all 52 states photographing Americans and then exhibiting large scale portraits in public spaces where the encounters took place.