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Tohme, Christine

Christine Tohme is curator of Sharjah Biennial 13, which opens on March 10, 2017.

Founding Director of Ashkal Alwan, Beirut

Tohme, Christine
Bahri, Ismaïl

Bahri, Ismaïl

Artist

Ismaïl Bahri is interested in phenomenology, and his drawings, photographs and videos capture small experiments.

Banerjee, Sarnath

Banerjee, Sarnath

Artist

The work of filmmaker, artist and graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee explores the contradictions of daily life in contemporary India.

Barateiro, Pedro

Barateiro, Pedro

Artist

Pedro Barateiro's artist books include The Sad Savages, The Negative Reader and Prova de Resistência (2012).

Barrada, Yto

Barrada, Yto

Artist

In her photography, films, sculpture, prints and installations, Yto Barrada examines the political and social realities of Morocco.

Barrage, Tamara

Barrage, Tamara

Artist

Tamara Barrage lives and works in Beirut. She received an MA in product design from ALBA, Beirut (2011) and an MA in contextual design at Design Academy Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Bassene, Kemi

Bassene, Kemi

Speaker

Kemi Bassene is a photographer, musicologist and cultural critic who explores fragments of African cultures to identify intersections with cultures outside Africa and ways Africans are viewed internationally.

Belkıs, Fatma

Belkıs, Fatma

Artist

Encompassing photography, video, print and installations, Fatma Belkıs’ work offers new perspectives on the connections between humans and non-humans, recent history and geological time, and politics and the natural environment.

Belouaar, Sabrina

Belouaar, Sabrina

Artist

Sabrina Belouaar lives and works in Paris. She currently studies at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille.

Benchamma, Abdelkader

Benchamma, Abdelkader

Artist

Inspired by cosmology, science fiction and existentialist theatre and literature, Abdelkader Benchamma uses varied techniques and media to explore the constructed aspect of reality.

Biemann, Ursula

Biemann, Ursula

Artist, Writer

The research-oriented practice of artist, writer and video essayist Ursula Biemann has centred on migration, mobility, technology, gender and ecology.

Bilong, Nadine

Bilong, Nadine

Speaker

Nadine Bilong is a curator and arts professional who focuses on performance art.

Bopape, Dineo Seshee

Bopape, Dineo Seshee

Artist

Ranging from multimedia and experimental video to large-scale sculptural installations, Dineo Seshee Bopape’s work embodies powerful sociopolitical notions of memory, narration and representation.

Boulbina, Seloua Luste

Boulbina, Seloua Luste

Speaker

Seloua Luste Boulbina is a philosopher and theorist of decolonisation who is interested in the political, intellectual and artistic dimensions of colonialism and postcolonialism.

Bourouissa, Mohamed

Bourouissa, Mohamed

Artist

Mohamed Bourouissa trained at the Studio National des Arts – Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, France (2008–2010).

Bycroft, Madison

Bycroft, Madison

Artist

Madison Bycroft lives and works between Rotterdam and her hometown of Adelaide, Australia.