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Caroline Tabet

Caroline Tabet (b. 1974) Caroline Tabet (b. 1974) is a photographer and video artist. Her practice explores the relationship between the urban landscape and human trajectories, as well as notions of memory and loss. Her photographic work draws on research in experimental techniques through the use of organic matter, analog enlargement, as well as manual transformations and alterations in the darkroom. Together with Joanna Andraos, Tabet cofounded Engram Collective in 2003. Her work has been shown at the Sursock Museum (as Engram Collective), Beirut, Lebanon (2017), ‘Les possibles de la photographie – la collection 0069FA: une archive à l’œuvre’ Arab Image Foundation – Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles, France (2019); Galleria Il Frantoio, Capalbio, Italy (2016); La Première et la Troisième Biennales des Photographes du Monde Arabe Contemporain, Paris, France (2015 / 2019); and Art Factum Gallery Beirut, Lebanon (2013).


8 April, 2021 to 29 May, 2021

Everyone is the creator of one’s own faith

AD Leb’s first pop-up exhibition brings together both newly commissioned and existing works by local artists and designers, who were asked to create and produce works as a response to themes invoked by the exhibition title. Explore


Arab News April 24, 2021

AD Leb: Une galeriste relance le projet artistique de sa fille tuée à Beyrouth

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Al Jazeera April 24, 2021

Mother continues daughter’s art after losing her to Beirut blas

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Al Arabiya News April 24, 2021

Fighting to realize the dreams of Gaïa Fodoulian

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