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Exhibits at Beirut Exhibition Center

Born in Beirut, Zad Moultaka lives and works between Paris and Beirut. As a music composer, Moultaka researches ways in which musical language can integrate both the fundamentals of contemporary Western writing and the specific characteristics of Arabic music.


In parallel, Moultaka has been exploring the pictorial and visual fields. He notably realized the sets for Mozart’s Mithridate at the Angers opera (France, 1994), for Déplacé at the Aix-en-Provence festival (France, 2008), and for Zajal, an opera which music and scenography he conceived (Théâtre National de Poitiers, 2010). Moultaka has been painting since 1987.


From 2003 on, he embarked on a reflection on the place of Man between the immensely small and the immensely big – on Man’s place as a bridge between these two extremes and his role as a medium through which both the microscopic and the stellar energies transit until they meld.

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