About Ziad Kobeissi
Ziad Kobeissi is considered to be one of the actual most underestimated artists, painters, and visionaries of the twenty-first century. He was born in Düsseldorf, Germany on October 29,1970 and lived for some time near Malaga, Spain, London, Great Britain, and Berlin, Germany.
In addition to painting, Kobeissi is also a photographer, sculptor, designer, poet, musician, and visionary. He spent most of his adult life in Germany.
Kobeissi showed passion and skills for drawing from the early age of three years on. From the age of seven, he received formal artistic training from his father in figure drawing, perspective, and composition. The fourteen-year-old Kobeissi copied Old Master oil paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and studied sketches of Albrecht Dürer, Goya, Rembrandt, and Hieronymus Bosch. So he surpassed his father early, who subsequently vowed to give up painting.
Kobeissi currently has a deep desire to bring art and science back into one sphere and to create synergies together on new projects of artistic and scientific nature. He works on fancy photo projects of private and artistic nature across Europe and is currently still considered a special insider tip among connoisseurs. The connections to various institutes such as the Fraunhofer Institutes give his work a wide scope and possibly an extraordinary significance for art in the future.
Kobeissi loves Zen, coffee, gentle spirits, joy, maritime, garden, nature, and the commitment of people living in harmony with nature and animal welfare.