Ziad Dalloul

Le Jardin est confiné dans ma chambre

Oil, sepia, collage on paper
30 x 23 cm (closed); 137 x 23 cm (open); leporello

Artist’s Statement

My book is a book-bedroom; a book with a door and window and a bed set up in a forbidden garden. A bed confined in nature, which visits and consoles us.


Ziad Dalloul (b. 1953, Soueida) has lived and worked in Paris since 1984. He graduated from the University of Damascus in 1977, and from L’École nationale superieur des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, in 1987. He has exhibited in galleries, biennials, museums, and art fairs around the world regularly since the 1970s, and his works are featured at the British Museum, the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, Musée de l ‘Institut du monde arabe, Jordan National Gallery, Khalid Shoman Foundation, Al Mansouria Foundation, Atassi Art Foundation, and Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende, among others. His work is represented by Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, and Kwai Fung Gallery, Hong Kong.

Ziad Dalloul – Le Jardin est confiné dans ma chambre

Quarantined in Paris; For Cities Under Quarantine

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