Zamân Books & Curating is dedicated to the study of Arab, African and Asian modernities, working towards the emergence of a transnational and postcolonial art history. Such new mappings of art histories develop through monograph and collective exhibitions, the research journal Zamân, textes, images & documents, and different kinds of publication (monographs, artists books, thematic and collective books), as well as reediting – or translanting – to-be-rediscovered and rare material.


Our role is generally to assist artists (and artists estates) with their exhibition and/or publication projects, including coproduction with public and private institutions, art centres, cultural institutes…


Zamân Books & Curating engages actively with different communities of cultural producers, researchers, curators, translators, archivists, writers and other narrators worldwide, sharing the same desire : to revive and celebrate their transcultural artistic heritages.


Editor-in-chief and editor of the review, Curator
Morad Montazami

Editorial director
Lætitia Mateke

Editorial assistant
Fanny Narcy

Review Editorial Board
Tao Delhaye, Damien Guggenheim and Alexandre Mouawad

Website design and development
Studio des Formes

Graphic design
Élie Colistro

Curatorial Projects Director
Madeleine de Colnet

Project Developpement                          Marine Bougaran

Communication, Media
Carmen Martín-Luquero