- University of Bayreuth
- The Bavarian State Library
United Arab Emirates:
- Barjeel Art Foundation
- The British Library
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The New York Public Library
- University of California, Irvine
- University of Connecticut
- Wellesly College
- Grinnell College
- Northwestern College
- Spencer Museum of Art
- Bryn Mawr College
- Columbia University
- University of Texas at San Antonio
- Letterform Archive
- The Arab American National Museum
- Rice University
- Kahil Award for Best Graphic Novel, 2015
- Global Thinker Award from Foreign Policy, 2016
- Eric Hoffer Award, 1st Runner Up Chapbook, 2021
Described as a “chameleon” by Carlo McCormick in the New York Times, Ganzeer operates seamlessly between art, design, and storytelling, creating what he has coined: Concept Pop. His medium of choice according to Artforum is “a little bit of everything: stencils, murals, paintings, pamphlets, comics, installations, and graphic design.”
With over 40 exhibitions to his name, Ganzeer’s work has been seen in a wide variety of art galleries, impromptu spaces, alleyways, and major museums around the world, such as The Brooklyn Museum in New York, The Palace of the Arts in Cairo, Greek State Museum in Thessaloniki, the V&A in London, and the Edith Russ Haus in Oldenburg.
Ganzeer’s current projects include a short story collection titled TIMES NEW HUMAN, and a sci-fi graphic novel titled THE SOLAR GRID, an epic work-in-progress which has awarded him a Global Thinker Award from Foreign Policy in 2016.
He has been an artist-in-residence in Germany, Poland, Jordan, Holland, and Finland, and has lived extensively in Cairo, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, and finally Houston—where he is now based.
Booklyn, Inc. sells his limited edition prints.