Bady Dalloul (1986) is an artist based in Paris, his work imbued with a political, sociological and historical dimension confronts and creates a dialogue between the imagined and the real, calling into question the logic of the writing of History. Bady Dalloul uses different mediums: writing, performance, drawing, video and object.
His works are part of the permanent collections of the MAC / VAL Museum, the Frac / le Plateau, the Frac Champagne Ardenne, the Darat al Funun, the Institut du Monde Arabe and the Kadist Art Foundation.
Sciencespo Prize for Contemporary Art in 2016; in 2017 he received the Prize for Contemporary Arab Creation from the Friends of the Institute of the Arab World.
In 2020, her work has participated in the exhibitions 'Our world is burning' at the Palais de Tokyo as well as 'Orientalisms' at the IVAM in Valence.
In 2021 his work will be exhibited with the BNF collections at Louvre Abu Dhabi. He will also be a laureate of Villa Kujoyama.
Palais de Tokyo,
from February 21 to September 13, 2020