Bio

Carolina Khouri is Polish – Lebanese artist, who has been living in London, where she graduated as an Interior Designer from The University of the Arts London (LCC).

She is primarily known as a painter yet she explores diverse disciplines and media such as video recording, found objects, installation and sculpture. The notion of the experience and minimalism are the key concepts of her art. Over the years she has penetrated innovative techniques and styles aiming at finding an expression and manner that her art can appear in its individual recognition and to define her own singular identity as an artist.

She joined artists’ group ‘Page 6’ in 2011 and she became a member of ‘The Magma Group’ in 2013.

Carolina Khouri works also as a curator and art events’ producer/organiser. 2012-2018 she was a director of Haringey Arts CIC  based in North London warehouse district . From 2018 she collaborates with Spaces 4 Creatives on Village Fund which supports public art projects of Harringay District Warehouse artists. In 2016, together with Galeria Bielska BWA she organised an art exchange project ‘Polish Connection’, thanks to which ten artists from  took part in two exhibitions in London and in exchange Page 6 presented ‘Squaring the Circle’ show in Bielsko Biala (PL).

In 2019 she initiated Tottenham Pavilion funded by Mayor of London, which entered London Festival of Architecture 2020 and created series of podcasts for the first LFA Digital version. The project is planned to be realised in 2021.