Hiwa K's referential repository consists of stories told by family members and friends, found situations and everyday forms that are the products of pragmatism and necessity.
Considered among the most significant Russian artist to have emerged in the 20th Century, since 1988 Ilya Kabakov has been working collaboratively with his wife Emila.
Hayv Kahraman uses the visual languages of the Italian Renaissance, and the figurative style of traditional Japanese and Islamic art in intricately detailed paintings of women as they carry out the rituals of daily or celebratory life.
A laboratory for the research and creation of contemporary music located in the heart of Marrakech’s Medina.
Artist and Filmmaker
Amar Kanwar is an Artist and Filmmaker whose poetic documentaries and video installations examine nationalism, politics, violence and social performance in the Indian subcontinent.
Balufu Bakupa Kanyinda is a writer, journalist, producer and director from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Curator and Artist
Karim Sultan is a curator and artist whose works act as a kind of travelogue, both physical and metaphorical.
Miki Kasahara is inspired by daily life and the incongruities of contemporary society.
Mohammed Kazem’s practice is characterised by the use of reductive elements in repeating formats.
In his videos and installations frequently resembling experimental configurations, Christoph Keller uses the discursive possibilities of art to investigate the themes of science and its utopias.
Deeply affected by the civil war in Lebanon and human frailty in the face of illness, Samir Khaddaje has produced a range of paintings, installations and artist’s books.
Both process-oriented and multidisciplinary, Mahmoud Khaled’s work traces the boundaries between what is real and what is hidden, disguised or staged.
Aisha Khalid's video and multi-media work combines multiple temporal, spatial, cultural, political and aesthetic references.
Bouchra Khalili’s videos and installations combine a conceptual approach with a documentary practice to explore issues of nomadism and clandestine existence, with the destiny of migrants being a specific focus.
Yazan Khalili’s photography explores the relationship between the social and spatial elements of the built environment and the greater landscape.