Following her Master’s degree in Fine Arts at the Oxford School of Design, Nevine Bouez delved into a wide array of artistic mediums over the years. Art is an integrative part of her life, and her journey has evolved from painting, etching, interior decoration, and intricate porcelain design, to her passion for hand built ceramics. Her relentless hands strive to express the transformative and healing ability of mother earth as well as human nature alike.
In the 2017 Salon D’Automne, she won the Audience Choice Award at the Sursock Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Beirut for her two towering ceramic sculptures. In 2018, the Janine Rubeiz gallery presented Bouez’s ceramic sculptures and wall hangings in a solo exhibition titled ‘Echoes of Earth’ as well as at the Abu Dhabi Art Fair. Bouez also participated in the Beirut Design Fair, exhibiting her series “From Mud to Gold” in 2018 and “Tarbouch” in 2019.
Bouez has recently participated in several fundraising events. She has donated two works to benefit the Elisa Sednaoui Foundation, as part of the contemporary curated sale at Sotheby’s London. She has also participated in LIFE “Beyond – Modern and Contemporary Lebanese Art and Design” at Phillips London by donating two large ceramic sculptures.
In 2020, the artist participated in Sotheby’s London fundraising auction “To Beirut with Love” by donating a large ceramic sculpture.
In 2022, Bouez had a solo exhibition at Galerie Tanit, Beirut titled “Beneath The Water, The Earth Takes Shape” curated by Clémence Cottard Hachem, where she showcased more than 50 ceramic pieces including wall-sculptures and installations.
Her creations have found beautiful homes in cities like London. Cairo, Dubai, Paris, Beirut, and New York.