Writer, editor and radio correspondent, currently Monocle’s Bureau Chief in Istanbul.
Nagorno Karabakh: The fissure at the heart of the Caucasus
Interview with the German director
The trials of becoming an Istanbul barber
The forgotten Lebanese space programme
Interview on his Mastaba artwork
Fujairah is the Middle East energy bulwark
Report from Algiers’ Casbah during the Arab uprisings
Reporting from Istanbul
Ghana's tropical modernist architecture, 2013
Why industry is the heart of Istanbul
Jetting into Antalya ahead of the G20 Summit
A tour of Istanbul's historic hans
(2014-2015). Exhibitions include:
Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, 2014
Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, 2015
Group show; Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, 2015
The Emirati artist's scratch-based and ephemeral work, 2014
Christopher Lord is a writer, editor and radio correspondent, and currently Monocle’s Bureau Chief in Istanbul, Turkey.
Having worked in the Middle East and Africa since 2008, Lord has reported from more than 30 countries, and written across a number of titles including Monocle, Esquire, Artpress, Wallpaper*, The National and Time Out. He has also edited or contributed essays to books published by Mousse, Dewi Lewis Publishing, Gestalten and Booth-Clibborn Editions.