Nathalie Rosa Bucher

Nathalie Rosa Bucher is a features writer with a passion for cinema and cycling, a keen interest in culture and means of transport, as well as social and environmental subjects. Her mixed French-German origins possibly explain why she is drawn to divided countries and diverse societies: she called Cape Town in South Africa home for 15 years before coming to Beirut in early 2012.

Illustrations, Graphic Journalism Create Alternative Narratives and Historical Documents
Notwithstanding the overload of photographs especially through social media, there has in recent years also been a growing use of illustration to raise awareness, inform audiences and to tell stories.
Mokdad’s 300 Miles: the Dilemma of Activist Documentaries
"The tricky thing about art, particularly about Syria, is that I always imagined that you make art for change."
Anas al-Braehe and His Ultimate Muse
“My mom, when still alive, would make clothes for her. Her dresses are so colorful! I would always see her walking around, as if she was floating; there is something...
Turkey Discovers Syrian Artists
After centuries of common history and decades of separation, facing -- some shared -- challenges, Syrian artists are permeating the Turkish art scene and creating important institutions and networks for...
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