Ramzi Mallat is a multidisciplinary artist based between London and Beirut. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Lancaster University and a Masters degree in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art. Mallat has been appointed a Trustee for the IMOS Foundation in the United Kingdom and was selected as one of Forbes Middle East’s ‘30 Under 30’ Honorees in 2022. His most recent short film/documentary has been awarded the 'Official Selection' laurel by the Story International Student Film Festival in Cork, Ireland, and the Lebanese Independent Film Festival in Beirut, Lebanon. His work was also featured in the first issue of FORM, an online access journal published by Villa-Legodi Center for Sculpture in collaboration with the Nirox Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Selected solo shows:

  • Fault Lines, curated by Kirsty Flockhart, P21 Gallery, London, U.K (2023)

  • Unearthed, Cervantes Institute, Beirut, Lebanon (2018)

  • Roots, UNESCO Palace, Beirut, Lebanon (2017)

Selected group shows:

  • A Murmuration, Candid Arts Trust, London, U.K (2022)

  • Lapped Seams and Silver Linings, Standpoint Gallery, London, U.K (2022)

  • We Won’t Stop Showing, SET Woolwich, London, U.K (2022)

  • Work In Progress, Royal College of Art, London, U.K (2022)

  • Stronger Roots for Stronger Alliances, part of the Arab Foundation for Equality’s NEDWA conference, The Landmark, Nicosia, Cyprus (2019)

  • 53 More Things to do in Zero Gravity, Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster, U.K (2017)

  • Room With A View, Storey Gallery, Lancaster, U.K (2017)


  • A Continuum of Human-Nature, The Daily Star (2018)