Google on 25th of every month
“Arab feminist art” and report the top 4 images, the reason: curiosity. Results: 3 out of the 4 images are Graffiti!
Artist: Lalla Essaydi. Converging Territories #10, 2003. Moroccan, now lives in New York.
Graffiti art:Nefertiti (wife of Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten) wears a gas mask as a symbol of women’s involvement in the (Egyptian) revolution, stenciled by El Zeft.
links to Academic: search engine about the Arab world.
graffiti: متصنفنيش, showing silhouette of 3 faceless women, hijab and no hijab, graffiti during cairo revolution. http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2013/02/24/egyptian-women-use-street-art-campaign-to-promote-feminism-in-a-male-dominated-culture/
graffiti, safaa is the name of the creator, an undergraduate art student in Saudi.