Stéphanie Saadé’s sculptures and installations, produced from materials such as plants, fabric, wood, brass and gold, explore past moments, memories and estrangement through the use of pre-existing shapes.
Raeda Sa’adeh’s work is mainly rooted in photography, performance and video, and the artist uses her own body as the core subject of most of her work.
Sabsabi specialises in multimedia and site-specific installations, often involving people on the margins of society.
The early work of artist and writer Walid Sadek investigated the violent legacies of the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990) as partially and inadequately seen and experienced by a young Christian-born Lebanese.
Multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker Mahmoud Safadi examines notions of urbanism and its intersection with the natural world.
Exploring formalism, gender identity through the autobiographical, Prem Sahib's abstract sculptures, installations and paintings are minimalist, with an affinity for simple geometry.
Kyohei Sakaguchi is an artist and architect, who works with used and discarded materials to create mobile structures.
Composer Ryuichi Sakamoto’s diverse résumé includes pioneering electronic works, as well as globally inspired rock and classical scores, including an opera.
Abdulraheem Salim's paintings and sculptures reflect a fascination with both figurative and abstract forms and depict his longstanding engagement with Emirati culture and the history of the Arabian Gulf.
Together with partner Irwan Ahmett, Tita Salina has created self-initiated art projects that focus on urban issues, especially those that concern public space.
Interested in how technology affects perception, filmmaker and artist Roy Samaha explores the non-linear relationships between images, memory and history.
b. 1924, Bombay (now Mumbai)
d. 2004, New York
Karin Sander’s practice draws attention to the complex relationships between artworks, institutions and audiences through the innovative use of installation, sculpture, photography, new technologies and other media.