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Hybrid Wave

Uniting elements

Hybrid Wave is an inclusive artistic collective, where any artist seeking to exchange with others in a spirit of sharing and mutual support is welcome. It is an open collective, far from elitism and self-interest. Any artist wishing to take part in the project can apply if he or she feels that he or she shares the vision of the movement.

The collective aims to be a laboratory for research, attempts and unconventional associations by mixing genres, formats and mediums. Unexpected collaborations may arise, both between individuals and between artistic mediums or genres (documentary, fiction, docu-fiction...). Photography-music, sculpture-writing, production-installation... are all possible hybrid combinations. Here solidarity takes on its full meaning; sharing is considered as a way of consolidating each person's art and giving birth to new art forms.

Like a wave that unites the drops of water to become an indestructible wall, Hybrid Wave wants to be an aggregative force that carries its members higher, each one being at the same time a unique element and part of the whole. At the present time, the movement includes artists working in more than ten different fields: photography, design, fashion, painting, sculpture, music, writing, directing, etc... The artists participating in the collective come from different backgrounds, cultures and nationalities. Scattered around the globe, their diversity is an essential asset to nourish their exchanges.

The collective takes shape both virtually, via an internet platform and social networks, but also physically, during meetings, workshops, exhibitions and conferences. Once again, the diversity of artistic profiles allows for multiple faces at these events.

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List of elements in alphabetical order

Agathe Simon

Ahmed Amer

Ali Zalzali

Ark Saroj

Ayman Kaake

Charbel Kamel

Charlotte Benedetti

Christian Tartarini

Clara De Gobert

Clara Fantassin

Costanza Savarese

Fabien Ghernati

François-Henri Galland

Hadi Moussally

Jimmy Elias

Josepha Maraninchi

Juanmi Márquez

Jules Viera

Mai Abuhendi

Marie Scirocco

Mario Zumaqué

Max Romain

Nala Luuna

Olivier Pagny

Péter Pál Parragi

Pierre Barbrel


Rahim Unlu


Rojer Feghali

Samuel Huguenin

Saul Zanolari

Shakiba Dawod

Sugonput Wongpimoln

Vladimir Kurumulian

Youssef Tazi


- Reunion #8 : 16/05/2021
- Reunion #7 : 28/03/2021
- Reunion #6 : 28/02/2021
- Reunion #5 : 30/01/2021
- Hybrid Talk : Mai Abuhendi & Clara Fantassin : 07/11/2020
- Reunion #4 : 31/10/2020
- Hybrid Talk : Mai Abuhendi & Pierre Barbrel : 23/10/2020
- Hybrid Talk : Mai Abuhendi & Ayman Kaake : 16/10/2020
- Reunion #3 : 19/09/2020
- Hybrid Talk : Hadi Moussally & Mai Abuhendi : 18/09/2020
- Hybrid Talk : Mai Abuhendi & Nala Luuna : 03/08/2020
- Mai Abuhendi's Takeover on Instagram's stories : 31/07/2020
- Reunion #2 : 19/07/2020
- Reunion in Paris : 30/06/2020
- Reunion #1 : 14/06/2020
- Instagram Live Hadi Moussally & Mai Abuhendi : 17/05/2020
- Digital exhibition :"LOCKDOWN ART" films, photos, paintings and much more, all made during lockdown

SELF-PORTRAIT First theme of Hybrid Wave

Still Image Room

TearShirt by Ahmed Amer

Artist self-Portrait and his muse by Ark Saroj

Self-portrait by Christian Tartarini

Morceaux choisis by Clara Fantassin

Over there by Fabien Ghernati

I am tired of being optimistic by Hadi Moussally

The artist is dead by Jimmy Elias

Take another piece of my heart by Josepha Maraninchi

Fragment by Juanmi Márquez

Otro Portrait by Jules Viera

Weight of contradictions by Marie Scirocco

I see you by Nala Luuna Diagouraga

Mirror by Max Romain

213 by Olivier Pagny

Autoportrait au Lys by Pierre Barbrel

Auto - portrait by Rojer Féghali

Self-portrait Brooch by Samuel Huguenin

Cages nr.4 by Saul Zanolari



Moving Image Room

Ma vie est un teaser by Charbel Kamel

Lullaby by Ayman Kaake

A Moment in Time by Mai Abuhendi