Ziad Abillama (b. Beirut, 1969) is a visual artist. He attended the Rhode Island school of Design, Amherst College, and Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts (ALBA). Recent exhibitions include the solo shows The Twisted Wing of the Airplane King at Saleh Barakat Gallery (2017) and Post-Fascism, Post-Imperialism, Post Ziad at the artist’s studio in Dbayeh, Lebanon (2013). La Défaite de L’exotisme at the Faqra Club (2008), Reconsideration of the Shortcomings of Lebanese Nationalist Ideology/Reconstruction as the Unsettled Debt to Modern Western Philosophy at the Salon Des Artistes Décorateurs (Beirut, 1996), Sanayeh the Impossible Community (Beirut, 1995), and The Political Unconscious of Exotic Travels (Berlin, 1996) are among his notable public appearances. He participated in the contest for the reconstruction of downtown Beirut with architect Bernard Khoury (1992) and has also had numerous exhibitions of sculpture - no politics.