Marwan Moujaes (1989) is a Lebanese artist working between Beirut, Paris and Maastricht. He is graduated with a MFA from the Lebanese University in Beirut, a DNSEP from The Valenciennes’ School of Art and Design-ESAD and an MA from the Sorbonne University in Paris. He is currently a member of the research team of Art and Art sciences department at the university Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne in Paris. In his Ph.D. he investigates on the possible spaces of encounter between contemporary art and the work of mourning.
Starting September 2018, Marwan Moujaes is part of the 12 months art residency and the Jan Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht. He was part of the Tingshus art residency in Gamleby, Sweden, the IDEAL art residency with the Museum of loss and renewal, Scotland and ArtConnexion in France. More recently, his work "I brought you candies, because flowers are perishable" was awarded the public's choice award at the Sciences-po prize for contemporary art in paris. Moujaes participated in several group shows. His most recent duo-show and publication are entitled Panem et Circenses (2018).