Akram Zaatari produces work on a range of interconnected themes, subjects and practices related to excavation, political resistance and the production and circulation of images in times of war.
Abdulrahman Zainal expresses his ethical and political vision in his work, aiming not to depict his subject matter realistically but rather to portray its narrative context.
The work of painter Fathallah Zamroud is characterised by his expressive brushwork and dramatic use of colour.
Ante Zaninović was a screenwriter and filmmaker, he is the author of numerous short animated films.
Zanon's recent works merge composition and programming to explore emergent phenomena through the spatialisation, in real or virtual spaces, of multiple real-time sound sources.
Areej Zarrouq is a director, writer and producer who earned a BA in Media Studies from City University, Cairo.
Painter and icon restorer, Zayat's art is influenced by religious and popular iconography.
A member of the avant-garde D-Group in Istanbul before entering the Paris art scene in the 1940s, Fahrelnissa Zeid was part of the École de Paris, a movement of abstraction that rejected academic methods and intellectual speculation.
Žilnik’s first feature film Early Works (1969) was awarded the Golden Bear award at the Berlin Film Festival in 1969.
Zhou Tao’s videos explore means to create a dialogue between moving images, addressing the inner workings of systems and topologies through careful study of specific events in manifold perspective.
Artur Żmijewski creates installations, objects, photographs that explore human behaviour and physicality as a form of social activism.