Journalist Razmig Bedirian joined “The National” in 2019 as Arts & Culture writer, covering books, film, television and theatre.
Born in the UAE, Razmig’s first stint with journalism came in the early 2000s when, at the age of 12, he was selected to be a reporter on a children’s programme on Dubai’s Channel 33.
Razmig earned his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the American University of Sharjah in 2012 and went on to work at Xpress and Gulf News, where he covered court, crime and immigration.
In 2019, he received a master’s in creative writing from New York University, where he also worked as an adjunct instructor.
Here are the titles of Razmig Bedirian’s recent 20 articles:
Louvre Abu Dhabi’s Art Here 2023 explores ideas of transparency
Abu Dhabi Art: Winning Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award 2023 project unveiled
On This Land, an exhibition in Alserkal Avenue, is a ‘triumph of Palestinian culture’
Guggenheim Foundation names NYUAD’s Mariet Westermann as director and chief executive
Seven things to see at Abu Dhabi Art, from a creative chef’s table to kinetic painting
Hekayah at the NYUAD Arts Centre to examine concepts of home to mark UAE National Day
Timeframe: When Dubai Mall opened its doors 15 years ago
Noor Riyadh reveals line-up of artists set to shine at light festival this year
Cartier’s connection to Islamic world explored in Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibition
Bassem Youssef on appearing on Piers Morgan’s show even if it meant ‘career suicide’
Sharjah Architecture Triennial: Designers look back to prepare for unsettled future
Timeframe: When the Sharjah Architecture Triennial staged its inaugural event
Dubai Design Week 2023 showcases transformation of waste to art
UAE Designer Exhibition looks towards future living at Downtown Design
Dubai Design Week 2023 highlights, from installations to events and Gaza relief
Ayman Baalbaki paintings withdrawn from Christie’s auction after complaints
The Road To Fulfilment: a film focused on the UAE ecosystem and sustainable living
Seven takeaways from ’round two’ of Bassem Youssef’s interview with Piers Morgan
Vantage Point Sharjah returns with a more focused spotlight
Bassem Youssef returns to Piers Morgan Uncensored for a ‘deep calm conversation’
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