Born in Lebanon in 1957, Srouji lives and works between Beirut and Paris. He holds a Master’s in Fine Arts from Concordia University in Canada, after which he took on various teaching positions at universities in the US and Canada. Srouji taught at the Sorbonne, Paris, before joining the Lebanese American University in 2010, where he today holds the position of Chairperson of the Art and Design Department, as Associate Professor of Practice.
Srouji has held numerous solo exhibitions at Galerie Janine Rubeiz, including: ‘Particules’ (1997); ‘Transformations’ (2000); ‘Sous le signe de la légèreté’ (2003); ‘Touches’ (2006); ‘Offrandes’ (2009); ‘Tête dans les Nuages’ (2016); and ‘Let us Dream’ (2018). He has also participated in several group shows across the years and shown ‘Into the clouds’ at the Singapore Art Fair and the MAC International First Open Art Prize in Belfast, Ireland, in 2014. Srouji’s work featured at Abu-Dhabi Art and Art14 London. His art has been acquired by prominent public and private collections worldwide, including the Alcan Collection in Canada and the ‘Fondation Carmignac’ and the ‘Institut du Monde Arabe’ in France.