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.
patricia kaersenhout is an artist who examines hidden and forgotten stories, delving into ignored histories of the African diaspora and its movements around the globe.
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.
Robyn Kahukiwa is a visual artist who explores notions of heritage, identity and sovereignty integral to the Māori experience in New Zealand and to Indigenous communities more broadly. At the intersection of art and activism, her multidisciplinary practice centres on the colonisation and dispossession of Indigenous peoples as well as Indigenous epistemologies of motherhood, genealogy, traditional customs and pūrākau [Māori legends or histories].
Hanni Kamaly’s multidisciplinary, research-driven practice examines material culture, historiography, collective memory, colonial power structures and the bounds of subjectivity.
A laboratory for the research and creation of contemporary music located in the heart of Marrakech’s Medina.
Meena Kandasamy is an anti-caste activist, poet, novelist and translator. Her writing aims to deconstruct trauma and violence, while spotlighting the militant resistance against caste, gender and ethnic oppressions.
Architect, Al-Riwaq Art Space, Bahrain
Sara Kanoo earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture with a concentration in Theoretical Design from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, USA in 2009.
Amar Kanwar's 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.
Geeta Kapur’s work engages with issues related to national and postcolonial paradigms, heterodox modernisms, critical contemporaneity and the curatorial positioning of artworks.
Curator and Artist
Karim Sultan is a curator and artist whose works act as a kind of travelogue, both physical and metaphorical.