Kuwait participates in Global T(W)eens Project

Kuwait participates in Global T(W)eens Project

While we live in a world clouded by misinformation and confusion, some persist in their bid for peace and emphasize the idea that we are all equal despite being ethnically different. Differences melt and fade into the world of the young who have a lot more in common deep down despite where they grew up and how they were brought up. 

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Shut Up and Shoot: The Importance of Street Photography in Kuwait

Shut Up and Shoot: The Importance of Street Photography in Kuwait

The scene is quiet. A tall Kuwaiti man crosses his hands, a Leica camera hanging from a strap from his shoulder to the side of his waist. He’s chatting with the man behind the counter, an older Arab date vendor, about the future of Souq Mubarakiya. The former is Khaled Al-Abdul Mughni, a prominent Kuwaiti street photographer and a businessman who, on that morning, was turning his lens to the troubles and delights found in one of Kuwait’s oldest markets.

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Mahboula: The Mad Area

Mahboula: The Mad Area

Mahboula is located between Fintas and Abu Halifa in Al-Ahmadi governorate between the coastal road and Highway 30 (Fahaheel Expressway). In recent years, it has witnessed a huge regeneration in the real estate market. There are now tens of high-rise buildings and residential tower blocks in the final stages of completion, in addition to newly paved streets. Rents range between KD 170 dinars and KD 450, depending on number of rooms and the floor, which are high, considering the average room size is between 3 to 4 sqm, tiny bathrooms and the long distance from Kuwait City.

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