Khaled Takreti

Khaled Takreti is a renowned Syrian artist, who was born in Beirut
in 1964. He graduated from the Architecture and Painting Academy
in Damascus after which he worked as an architect in Damascus’
General Directorate of Antiquity and Museums. In 1992, he moved
to New York to develop his artistic practice and later settled in Paris.

Anas Albraehe

Born in Syria in 1991, Anas Albraehe is a Beirut-based artist who
primarily works in painting and theatre. In 2014, he received a
bachelor’s degree in Painting and Drawing from the Fine Arts
University of Damascus, Syria.

Lutfi Romhein

Born in Kraia, Syria in 1954, Lutfi Romhein studied sculpture at the
Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, Italy in 1985. The artist works with
wood, marble, plaster and steel. He sculpts aerodynamic, smooth
and soothing figures, animals and abstract shapes.

Jean Boghossian

Born in Aleppo, Syria in 1949, Jean Boghossian is an abstract, multidisciplinary
artist of Armenian descent. He studied Economics and Sociology at Saint Joseph
University (USJ) in Beirut while working for the family jewellery business. In 1975,
he moved to Belgium to escape the civil war in Lebanon.

Safwan Dahoul

Born in Hama, Syria in 1961, Safwan Dahoul was initially trained by leading modernists at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Damascus before travelling to Belgium, where he earned a doctorate from the Higher Institute of Plastic Arts in Mons.

Sara Naim

Born in London in 1987, and of Syrian origin, Sara Naim grew up between Dubai and London.  Her photographic, sculptural, and installation work is concerned with exploring notions of interiority and exteriority as mediated via the body. 

Fadi Al Hamwi

Fadi Al Hamwi is a multimedia artist, specializing in painting, video, and installation works.  His body of work reflects a preoccupation with exploring the human experience of war, using sarcasm as a tool to criticize social traditions, beliefs, and superstitions.

Nizar Othman

Nizar Othman is a visual artist born in Lebanon and of Syrian descent. Outhman began his professional career working as a journalist and caricaturist, for which he was awarded the Bronze medal at the Guangxi international comics in 2007 (University city Guangxi); the “Excellence Award at e Competition of Guangxi international comics in 2007 (University city Guangxi) China; a Special Honorary Prize – Competition of the International Journal of Rhino (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 2008. 

Mohamad Khayata

Mohamad Khayata obtained his degree in Fine Arts from the Damascus university. Since moving to Lebanon in 2012, he has held three solo exhibitions at 392RMEIL393 in 2013, 2015, and 2017 and participated at the Beirut Art Fair in 2017.

Walaa Dakak

Walaa Dakak was born in 1978 in Damascus, Syria. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Damascus and later studied Contemporary Art and New Media at the Université Paris.