Rayyane Tabet's (1983, Lebanon) work explores paradoxes in the built environment and its history. His sculptures often reconstitute the perception of physical and temporal distance. He received a Bachelor in Architecture from The Cooper Union and a Master in Fine Arts from UCSD.
His recent group and solo shows include Faisons de l’inconnu un allié at the Fondation Lafayette, Incerteza Viva: the 32nd Sao Paulo Biennial, La Mano de Dios at the Museo Marino Marini, Wanderlust at The HighLine, Not New Now: the 6th Marrakech Biennial, New Skin at Aïshti Foundation, The Past The Present The Possible: the 12th Sharjah Biennial, This is the Time This is the Record of the Time at the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Un Nouveau Festival at Centre Georges Pompidou, Hiwar at Darat al Funun, The Future Generation Art Prize at the 55th Venice Biennial, The Ungovernables at the New Museum and Plot for a Biennial: the 10th Sharjah Biennial. He is the recipient of the DAAD Artist Residency in 2016, the Abraaj Group Art Prize in 2013, the jury prize of the Future Generation Art Prize in 2012 and the Sharjah Biennial Artist Prize in 2011.