Sarah Abou Mrad

Lebanese artist Sarah Abou Mrad was born in 1988. She is a Fine Arts
graduate of Painting from the Lebanese University. In 2010 she established the Art department at “Sainte-Anne des Sœurs de Besançon” school in Beirut where she taught arts for 10 years. She is the first-prize winner of the German Goethe-Institute in 2011 and 2013 for the translation of classical music into painting, as well as the first-prize drawing winner of “Beirut Design Week” in 2015. The same year, Zaaroura publishing house, Contemporary Art Gallery Fadi Mogabgab published her first series of engravings entitled “Matilda”. In response to the August 4th Beirut explosion, she created an extremely impactful sculpture, from the debris, entitled “Beyrouth, L’instant T”. This piece was offered to President Macron during his
visit to Beirut to be featured at the Élysée Palace, France for the centenary celebration of the formation of Greater Lebanon. Sara Abou Mrad has participated in several exhibitions in Lebanon and abroad: Beirut Art Fair, Luxembourg Art Fair, Amsterdam Affordable Art Fair, Salon International d’Art Contemporain Paris, Artbox project Zürich, QIAF Qatar, FIAC, 508 Gallery London, Accademia di belle arti di Bologna, Italy.