Juan Zero

Juan is a Syrian cartoonist who lives in Istanbul. For the last fifteen years he has been drawing cartoons. His work is very know in the Middle East. Juan mostly makes cartoons about the Syrian war, prisoners in Syria and refugees. In his artwork he draws the mentality of extremists in a similar way as dictatorial regimes.

Juan Zero

Mohamed Anwar

Mohamed Anwar is een redactionele cartoonist en beeldende kunstenaar die sinds 2007 onder de naam "Anwar" gewerkt heeft. Hij werd in 2017 als meest beste tekenaar van Mostafa en Ali Amin uitgereikt als beste cartoonist in Egypte. Anwar publiceert zijn cartoons op de dagblad AlmasryAlyoum sinds 2010, met de nadruk op politieke en economische problemen. Hij begon te werken als cartoonist "El-Badeel" krant, terwijl hij de biomedische ingenieursschool in de universiteit van Cairo bijwoond. Anwar heeft bijgedragen in diverse publicaties en tentoonstellingen regionaal en internationaal. Naast zijn interesse in beeldende kunst heeft Anwar een passie in het ontdekken van de relatie tussen technologie, visuele expressie en journalistiek.

Mohamed Anwar

Hazem hamwi

Hamid Sulaiman is a Syrian painter and illustrator, currently living in Paris. He will present his first comic book ‘Freedom Hospital’. FREEDOM HOSPITAL Sulaiman found inspiration for the book from true stories of people around him, from the beginning of the war in Syria, the first peaceful protests of 2011 to the first signs of IS.

Hazem hamwi

Hamid Sulaiman

Hazem Alhamwi is a Syrian satirical cartoonist, painter and film producer. Currently he lives in Berlin. His movie ‘From My Syrian Room’ will be shown, followed by a discussion in presence of Hazem Alhamwi.

Hamid Sulaiman

Omar Abdullat

Is a Jordanian cartoonist. As a social media cartoonist he learned a lot from the digital world. It took him to jungles where Che Guevara used to fight, it took him to the jail where Nelson Mandela used to reside in and it showed him the importance to respect, love and forgive others, like Gandhi. But most important, he learned what it means to be a human.

Omar Abdullat

Hossam Alsaadi

is born in 1987 in Kuwait. He started drawing cartoons at the age of 14 and at 15 he won the first price in a drawing competition in his home town. As a kid he saw making cartoons as something fun to do, as a joke, until the manager of his school in Syria forced him to stop drawing after he made a cartoon about Palestine.

Hossam Alsaadi

Morhaf Youssef

is a Syrian cartoonist.

Morhaf Youssef

Hakam Al Waheb

is a Syrian artist and political cartoonist, from a nice city called Hama. Recently he lives in Saudi Arabia, where he is working in an advertising agency as creative director. Hakam studied arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts of Damascus University from 1996 until 1999.

Hakam Al Waheb

Mahmoud Hindawi

is a cartoonist and animation director. He is born 1983 and lives in Amman, Jordan. He began his career as cartoonist during university and received the first prize in the ‘Jordanian universities cartoon contest’ for 2002 and 2003. From 2004 to 2008 he worked as a cartoonist in the daily Al-Ghad newspaper.

Mahmoud Hindawi

Yaser Ahmad

is born in 1977 in Syria. He started in 1997 to work as a professional cartoonist. Yaser’s work is widely published in the arab world through many known Arab newspapers and magazine’s (Alsharq: Saudia Arabia, Alroeya: Kuwait, Smart Ideas magazine: United Arab Emirates, Sayidaty: Saudia Arabia, Alarab: UK and Aljazeera TV channels).

Yaser Ahmad

Saad Hajo

was born in 1968 in Damascus, Syria. He studied fine art in Damascus. Currently he lives in sweden. He started working as a cartoonist in 1993. Saad’s work was published in the most important and known newspapers in the Arab world: ‘Alnahar’ (Lebanon), ‘Alsafir’ (UK), ‘Alahram’ (Egypt) and ‘Alquds Alaraby’ (UK). As well Saad’s cartoons were published in ‘Le monde’ newspaper.

Saad Hajo

Omar Seddek Mostafa

is an Egyptian cartoonist, born in 1980. In his work Omar always uses vivid colours. He participated in several international exhibitions and won prizes in diverse competitions in countries as Romania, Korea, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Argentina.

Omar Seddek Mostafa

Mohamed sabra Abdellah

is an Egyptian physician (anesthesiologist) and cartoonist, born in 1977. He started drawing cartoons in 1997. He was cartoonist for ‘caricature magazine’ from 1998 to 1999. He won the first prize in cartoon drawing in 2006.

Mohamed sabra Abdellah

FIRAS BACHI

His work has been exhibited in group exhibitions in countries as the United Arab Emirates and Germany, and in solo exhibitions in Qatar, India, England and US. Firas is a Syrian cartoonist from Damascus, who currently lives in Washington US.

FIRAS BACHI

Khalid Albaih

khalidalbaih is a Sudanese artist and political cartoonist, born in1980 in Bucharest, Romania. He currently lives and works in Doha, Qatar, where he has been based since 1990. He publishes his cartoons on social media under “Khartoon!,” a word play on ‘cartoon’ and ‘Khartoum’ (the capital of Sudan).

Khalid Albaih

Hani Abbas

was born in 1977 in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus. Recently he lives in Geneva where he teaches art in international schools. Hani works for the ‘Al Jazeera’ website and for many international magazines and newspapers as ‘L’Hebdo’ from switzerland, ‘Almodon’ from Lebanon and ‘Abwab’ from Germany.

Hani Abbas

Sara Qaed

is born in 1990 in Manama, Bahrain. She started working in the field of press cartoonist in 2009 and published her work in local and international newspapers as ‘Alaraby Al-Jadeed’ and ‘The Huffington Post - Arabic’. Sara completed her bachelor's study in the field of interior design and continued her studies in Contemporary Arts.

Sara Qaed