Wa Lehulere, Kemang

Wa Lehulere, Kemang

Artist

Working in a wide range of mediums, Kemang Wa Lehulere reflects on the historical narratives of native South Africans and the aftermath of apartheid.

Waheed, Hajra

Waheed, Hajra

Artist

Hajra Waheed’s multidisciplinary practice ranges from interactive installations to collage, video, sound and sculpture.

Waked, Sharif

Waked, Sharif

Artist

Sharif Waked’s work, reflects on power, politics and the everyday, often creating junctions between particular moments in the present and cultural references from the past.

Wasif, Munem

Wasif, Munem

Artist

In his photography and videos, Munem Wasif investigates conceptions of ‘documents’ and ‘archives’ and their corresponding influence on politically and geographically complex issues.

James Webb’s work often makes use of ellipsis, displacement and détournement to explore the nature of belief and the dynamics of communication in our contemporary world.

Weerasethakul, Apichatpong

Weerasethakul, Apichatpong

Artist and Filmmaker

Lyrical and mysterious, his nonlinear works deal with memory and subtly invoke social issues.

Wehbé, Karine

Wehbé, Karine

Artist

Karine Wehbé's work constitutes intimate and public chronicles, drawing on childhood and adolescent experiences, cinematographic and musical influences, architecture and urbanism, various histories and the mechanisms of memory and nostalgia.

Wei, Liu

Wei, Liu

Artist

Liu Wei gives shape to the world around us, offering an acute visual commentary on underlying ideologies.

Weiner, Lawrence

Weiner, Lawrence

Artist

Weiner regularly participates in public and private projects and exhibitions in ‘both the new and old world’

Weizman, Eyal

Weizman, Eyal

Artist

Architect and Director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmith, University of London.

Wells, William

Wells, William

Executive Director, Townhouse

William Wells is the Co-Founding Director of the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo.

What, How & for Whom  (WHW)

What, How & for Whom (WHW)

Curatorial collective

WHW organizes a range of production, exhibition and publishing projects and directs the Gallery Nova in Zagreb.

Wilson, Jane and Louise

Wilson, Jane and Louise

Artists

English sisters Jane and Louise Wilson are best known for film and video installations where architectural settings are used to investigate issues of power, control and collective memory.

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen

writer and critic

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie is a writer and critic who divides her time (unevenly) between Beirut and New York.

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