Kouri Nour

Monday, 01 February 2016 by

Born in Mexico City of Lebanese descendant, her family origins are from Jezzine. She holds a B.A. in social communications from the Anahuac University in Mexico. Nour Kuri showed her works in more than twenty solo exhibitions and participated in several collectives and installations. Her work is found  in private art  collections in Mexico, USA,

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Hakkani Adnan

Monday, 14 July 2014 by

Born in Beirut in 1954, the painter and sculptor, Adnan Hakkani, graduated from the Institute of Art at the Lebanese University. He is a researcher and author of many studies on art education and national education programs. He participated in many training workshops in this respect. Since 1972, he took part in more than fifty

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Madi Hussein

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 by

Born 1938, in Chebba (Hermon), Madi studied fine arts in Beirut. He worked for a short time in Baghdad as an illustrator. In 1963, he left Lebanon to continue his studies in Rome and continued to reside in Rome for twenty-two years. During those years, he made extended visits to Beirut, and held exhibitions and

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Mansour Nahed

Monday, 09 December 2013 by

Conceptual artist, Nahad Mansour was born in Tripoli, Lebanon in 1983. Nahed works with installation art, collage, video, performance and painting. She studied fine arts in the Institut des beaux arts,Tripoli and got her degree in video art and painting from the ALBA in Beirut. She has participated in many collective exhibitions in Beirut, Tripoli and France.

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Fathallah Majd Patou

Monday, 26 August 2013 by

Majd Patou Fathallah is a British/Lebanese sculptor born in Marseille in 1956 to a family of diplomats. Her vision and perspective have been inspired and shaped by extensive travels from early childhood and throughout her life.  After a career in radio, television and film production, her interests in philosophy, Far Eastern thought and music somehow

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Zaven Hadichian

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

Born in Beirut, in 1932, the Armenian-Lebanese sculptor studied arts at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts, Beirut and after at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris. He was trained on the human body under Hubert Yensses, on the portrait under Marcel Gimond and on the bas-relief and monumental under Alfred Janiot. First Lebanese

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Abou Zaki Nadine

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

Born in Lebanon in 1975, Nadine Abou Zaki has a PhD in philosophy. Besides sculpting, she works as editor-in-chief of the monthly women’s magazine Al Hasnaa, is founder and executive chair of the New Arab Woman Forum and teaches Philosophy at the American University of Beirut. Abou Zaki worked as apprentice at the sculpting studios

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Houeik Youssef

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

1883-1962 Born in Helta Batroun, in a religious family, Youssef Houeik learned the principals of painting and sculpting in Rome. After Rome he spent two years in Paris where he attended arts workshops and lived with his childhood friend, Gibran Khalil Gibran who encouraged him to focus on sculpting. Houeik is considered to be the

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Basbous Youssef

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

1929-2001 Born in Rachana, Joseph Basbous was guided by his brother Michel in his early artistic endeavors. He began working as a stone mason then he helped his brothers Michel and Alfred execute their works. In 1966 he produced his first stone sculpture, “Lames”. He was awarded twice the second prize at the Autumn Salon

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Nahle Wajih

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

Born in Beirut in 1932, Wajih Nahlé studied art in Moustafa Farroukh’s studio. His artwork has been shown in numerous museums and exhibitions around the world, including Rome, the Vatican Museum, Paris, the Grand Palais, and the Institute of the Arabe World, London , New York, The Metropolitan Museum, Washington, Sao Paolo, Vienna, Venice, Tunis,

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