Mohamed Ali Fadlabi works primarily in painting, performance and text.
Reem Falaknaz is a photographer and filmmaker. Her work explores the UAE’s cultural make-up and the transient nature of its residents.
Boyhood memories, teenage experiences and the intensity of relationships, both new and old, real and imaginary, are recurring themes in the work of Amir H. Fallah.
Artistic Director, Vitamin Creative Space, China)
Hu Fang is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Vitamin Creative Space and the Pavilion in Beijing, China.
Encompassing drawing, spatial installations and film, Alia Farid’s work explores the correlations between the shaping of environment and perception.
Farideh Lashai (1944 – 2013) was a true multi-disciplinary artist, working in painting, sculpture, installation and stop motion animation.
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian explores the repetition of patterns and forms in Islamic art and architecture to form colourful motifs.
Artist, Researcher and Curator
Her work engages with the feminist history of Iran from 1909 to the present.
Traversing the worlds of visual art and literature, Simone Fattal’s work includes sculpture, non-figurative ceramic forms, paintings, collage and works based in textual composition.
Italian Artist Lara Favaretto provokes and engages her audiences with work that is both playful and celebratory while paradoxically evoking the inevitability of failure and decay.
Drawing on the long, rich history of publishing in the Eastern Mediterranean, North Africa and the diaspora (EMNA), Fehras Publishing Practices considers the stakes of contemporary publishing in and beyond print culture.
Cao Fei combines social commentary, popular culture, Surrealist references and documentary convention in her films and installations.
Artist, Filmmaker, Writer
Azin Feizabadi Nothing of I is contemporary, I am I & I, I am a combination of the Past and the Future
Valia Fetisov’s interactive multimedia works and internet projects explore the relationship between human and machine.
Dirk Fleischmann develops business enterprises as long-term art projects that address economical and ecological issues.
Harrell Fletcher received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and his MFA from California College of the Arts.