Galeria Rabieh is named after its founder, born in Lebanon and naturalized
Brazilian Lourdina Jean Rabieh.
The Gallery represent the artists: Eduardo Srur, Sonia Guggisberg , Cris Birrenbach, Helen Faganello, Katja Loher, Lidia Lisboa, Andrea Rocco, Adriana Rocha, Antonio Saggese, Malysse, Maria do Carmo Carvalho e Deborah Paiva . Galeria Rabieh harbors and stimulates the variety of languages in contemporary art, and promotes critical thinking and discussions about pertinent issues to the poetics of the artists it represents, of which 2/3 are women. Other than placing its artists in private and public collections, the gallery also displays their production in art fairs and works to promote institutional exhibitions, both in Brazil as abroad.