Nabil Nahas was born in Lebanon in 1949. He moved to the United States when he was 18 and now spends his time shuttling between Beirut and New York, where he works and lives. He obtained his graduate degree in Fine Arts from Yale University in 1973. His work has been successively represented by the Robert Miller Gallery, the Holly Solomon Gallery and the Sperone Westwater Gallery. In 1982, Nahas was given a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship. Nahas has had solo exhibits, and has participated in several group shows in the United States, among them “Collection Memory, and Material Culture”, the Museum Guild Hall NY, 1999, “Arte Americana; Ultimo Decennio” Museo d’Arte della Citta di Ravenna, April-June 2000, “American Fractals, Blandel Memorial Art Museum, Fort Dodge Iowa, and many others in France, Brazil, Switzerland, Italy and Lebanon.