Steve Reinke is an artist and writer best known for his videos.
Todd Reisz is an architect and writer whose work often focuses on cities of the Arabian Peninsula, from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
Pedro Reyes examines the cognitive contradictions of modern life and proposes surprising solutions that are at the same time metaphorical and functional.
Russell Rickford is an associate professor of history at Cornell University. He specialises in African- American political culture after World War II, the Black Radical Tradition and transnational social movements.
Oussama Rifahi joined the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture as Executive Director in July 2010.
Curator, Writer, Speaker
Is a writer, curator and co-founder of Beirut, a space of art in Cairo that thinks about institution building as a curatorial act.
Writer, Art Professional
Writer and art manager Wided Rihana Khadraoui works at the intersection of contemporary art and its production, research practice, and development theory in the Middle East and North Africa.
Filmmaker and writer Philip Rizk’s practice has moved beyond the documentary mode that directly engages with realities of historical moments, allowing the documented image to be infiltrated by imaginary worlds.
Uzma Rizvi is an anthropological archaeologist and cultural archaeologist who specializes in the third millennium BCE, creative placemaking and critical heritage studies.
Rizzi’s photographs, films and video installations explore the impact of neo-liberal globalisation on individual lives through intimate, personal narratives.
Using a wide range of mediums, including performance and moving image, Tracey Rose investigates post-colonial, racial and feminist issues.
Pamela Rosenkranz creates abstract sculptures, works on paper, videos and installations that reference the figurative by alluding to its malleable condition.
Historian, art critic and curator Agustin Pérez Rubio has curated more than 150 exhibitions at museums, art centres and biennials, mainly in Europe and Latin America.
Beatrix Ruf has served as the Director/Curator of the Kunsthalle Zürich since September 2001.
Lala Rukh’s eclectic interests combined with her passion for the sea can be seen in her drawings as a sustained inquiry into the dialectics of form and meaning and politics of representation.
Marwa Rustam works in photography and video. She has sought to capture her native Bahrain, Arabic culture, nature and the impact of urban development on heritage.