Based between London and the United Arab Emirates, Gallery Director and Curator, Janet Rady is a Specialist in Contemporary Art from the Middle East, with over twenty five years’ experience of the International Art Market including Leading Auction Houses and Major Commercial Galleries.
Janet Rady holds a Masters Degree in Islamic Art History from the University of Melbourne and a BA from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She is a member of the Arab British Chamber of Commerce and sits on the Advisory Council of Caravan Arts. Janet is also the Hon Lectures Secretary for the Iran Society, on the Editorial Board of the Middle East in London magazine, and a Judge for the Edinburgh Iranian Festival Art Prize. She is the Special Advisor in charge of the Education and Development Programmes at ArtBahrain. She has recently edited the book “33 Artists… 33 Islands… A Kingdom of Art”… a comprehensive survery of the artists of Bahrain.
Rania helps Artscoops to cultivate the private sales programme for its VIP clients.
Having studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris, with an emphasis on “painting and sculpture”, Rania Tabbara returned to Beirut only to discover the lack of artistic culture amongst Lebanese youth. She then decided to open “ “La Petite Academy” in 1999 whose aim is to transmit her passion of Arts to children and adolescents.
Overwhelmed by her passion for Arts, and being one of the art visionaries she also transmitted it through interior design (she studied Interior Design at the Lebanese American University), having the ability to juggle with interior design projects while catching a glimpse at all Art trends in the local and international arenas.
For the last 10 years she has been travelling all around the world to visit Contemporary Art Fairs and meeting with curators, Art lovers, Investors & Art collectors, and to build bridges and highlight the creations of the ME.NA.SA. ART.