Fitore Berisha (b. 1971) is a visual artist who has been working in Kosovo and Iceland for the past 20 years. She focuses on paintings, murals, and multimedia artwork. Her work explores human problems and obstacles from daily life, as she witnessed during her journeys to many different places. Overwhelmed by injustice and division in society, Berisha fights through her art so that the face of an oppressed woman, the face of a hurt man, or the face of an abandoned child represents the collective suffering in society. She had more than ten solo exhibitions and has produced seven art murals and dance performances.