Nada Rizk Follow Artist
Nada Rizk is a Lebanese multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Beirut working mainly with clay and stone.
Having graduated from the London School Of Economics (LSE) with a Master’s degree in Political Sciences and International Relations, many years later, upon her return to Lebanon from London and Finland where she lived many years, Rizk decides to change paths, following her passion for art and design and graduates from the Academie Libanaise Des Beaux Arts (ALBA) with a degree in visual arts.
Since then, she has been solely dedicated to art and design.
Her hand-built or hand-altered sculptures spring from a multitude of images from natural and imaginary worlds.
“I work with natural earthy materials combining craftsmanship with contemporary design.
My work is mostly intuitive; it would start with the seed of an idea based on a natural form, texture, or myth to convey a personal narrative.”
Nada’s sculptures tell a story; her pieces are inspired by legends and myths surrounding her Levantine heritage and by nature while being organic and contemporary in shape bearing the influence of her Finnish connection.
Nada is continuously investigating art and design through new forms, textures, and mediums.
Nada Rizk works figure amongst many prominent international private collections.
- Paris Design Week - 2021 in / Paris / France
- Beirut Art Fair - 2019 in / Beirut / Lebanon
- Beirut Design Fair - 2019 in / Beirut / Lebanon
- House Of Today Biennale (in collaboration with Wallpaper store of Wallpaper magazine) - 2018 in / Beirut / Lebanon
- Sursock Museum 33rd Salon d'Automne - 2018 in / Beirut / Lebanon