Born in Suez, Egypt in 1964,
Sculptor Khaled Zaki holds a Master in Restoration from the Faculty of Archaeology and a Bachelor in Management from the Faculty of Commerce at Cairo University.
Zaki studied Sculpture at the Al Khonany Museum of Art in Giza and perfected his use of stone and bronze in the various workshops in Pietrasanta Lu, Italy.
In 2000 won a national competition for the design and execution of a monumental sculpture in Galaa Square, Cairo.
In 2015 won the "International Artist prize" from ART, Taipei - Taiwan.
During the Egyptian revolution of January 25th his works had been clearly moved from abstract to a mix between figurative and abstract where the artist in his style could capture and express the feelings, dreams, and expectations of human in general and over all the today Egyptian and Arab society.
Zaki's passion for the ancient Egyptian and Mediterranean arts and his deep concern about the resurrection subject can be touched in the forms, techniques and colors of his sculptures.
He recently held the honor of representing his homeland in the Egypt Pavilion of the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Zaki has participated in global exhibitions and symposiums, His works can be found in the Egyptian Museum for Modern Art, Cairo, and Egyptian Museum for Modern Sculpture in Aswan, and in private collections in the United States, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Kuwait, UAE and KSA.