Farhad Berahman is an Iranian artist and photographer whose work focuses on memory and displacement.
Alketa Xhafa Mripa is a Kosovo born conceptual artist and activist whose work focuses on human rights issues including women’s liberation
Josef Herman was a highly-regarded figurative painter who fled from pre-war Poland in the 1930s. He is best known for his works depicting Welsh miners.
Eva Frankfurther was a figurative painter originally from Germany, whose subjects were also her fellow migrant workers in and around Whitechapel.
Auerbach is a German-born British painter, famous for his impasto painting technique and considered one of the world’s greatest living artists.
Andrew Omoding creates large-scale autobiographical mixed media sculptural pieces that reflect his experiences of growing up in Uganda and moving to London as a young teenager. On arrival to London, Andrew did not speak for several years and remained silent. Now much of Andrew’s work involves story telling and performance incorporating both written and spoken […]
Emad is a Iraqi visual artist who worked as a teacher in the Institute of Fine Arts in Baghdad before moving to the UK. He’s exhibited his work in the UK, the USA and across the Middle East.
Freud is a German-born painter who was the most celebrated British figurative painter of the late 20th century.
Jasim is a Kurdish visual artist whose work is influenced by his personal experiences of war, displacement and the fight for justice.
Ibrahim Fakhri is a Syrian artist and curator primarily concerned with the civil activism in Syria and the Middle East. He has exhibited the graffiti of the Syrian Revolution in venues in Europe and the UK.
Hong is a visual artist whose work is a journey of self discovery, exploring universal themes of love, loss, separation and hope.
Kurt Schwitters is one of the major artists of European modernism, famous for his collage works in a technique he called ‘Merz.’
Zory is an Iranian visual artist whose work explores displacement, exploitation and gender oppression.
Behjat is a Kurdish artist whose art reflects the feelings and stories of war that cannot be shared or explained.
Natasha Davis is a performance and visual artist whose work explores body, memory, identity and migration. Her embodied practice as performer informs her research as a subject through her own experiences of displacement and migration.
Maryam is a London-based Iranian artist whose work brings past and present together. Her subjects are mostly women.
Mona Hatoum is a Palestinian video artist and installation artist born in Lebanon who explores the harshness of life and exile using a variety of media.