Obaidah Zorik

Born 1990 in Maysaf, Syria Lives in Bremen, Germany Obaidah Zorik is a young emerging artist on the contemporary Syrian art scene. He studied pictorial techniques at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Damascus University, obtaining his degree in 2012. Towards the end of 2015, he moved to Bremen, Germany, to pursue further studies in […]

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Mahmood Al Daoud

Born 1987 in Homs, Syria Lives in Damascus, Syria Mahmood Al Daoud obtained a License in Plastic Arts from Aleppo University in 2011. Throughout his career as an artist, he has held the following solo exhibitions: “Queens” at Tajalliyat Art Gallery (Damascus) in 2017, “In the Emptiness” at 392rmeil393 Gallery (Beirut) in 2013 and “Visual […]

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Samer Tarabichi

Born 1982 in Aleppo, Syria Lives and works in Paris, France Besides having studied medicine, Samer Tarabichi graduated from the Roland Khoury Institute of Fine Arts in 2002. He participated in several joint exhibitions in Aleppo, Syria and in the exhibition entitled Clair et Obscur au Cœur de l’Hiver organized by AGOSPAP, in Paris. In […]

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Nawar Haidar

Born 1979 in Damascus, Syria Lives in San Juan De Alicante, Valenciana, Spain Nawar Haidar is a Syrian artist born in 1979 and based in Spain. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Damascus in 2006 and a Master’s degree in 2012. Haidar held solo and group exhibitions across the Middle […]

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Khaled Youssef

Born 1975 in Damascus, Syria Lives and works in Nice, France Khaled Youssef is a surgeon by profession, and a photographer and poet by passion. In order to express a different view of the world through photography and poetry, Khaled follows a singular adventure: bubbles, pictures and words. Traveling from continent to continent, country to […]

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Nizar Ali Badr

Born 1964 in Latakia, Syria Lives and works in Latakia, Syria The stones of sculptor Nizar Ali Badr recount Syria’s great sadness. Badr chooses to sculpt his work using pebble-stones from Mount Zaphon, known as Jebel Aqra, located some fifty kilometers from Latakia. He has a “moral human relationship” with his friends the pebble-stones, because, […]

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