Natasha Karam (b. 1997) is a multidisciplinary creative. She grew up in Beirut, and after living and studying in Scotland, she was pulled back here inexorably. In her practice, she floats – with wonder and conviction – between images, words, sounds, and movement, through which she questions herself and her environment. Her work explores the intersection between the human and the natural world, and the various journeys of beings that overlap in life. She has exhibited her work in group shows in both Edinburgh and Beirut, showcasing mostly mixed media installations and photography. She is also a movement artist, having recently worked on a dance film project.
Lost in the right direction is the second exhibition from AD Leb, a cultural space and digital platform dedicated to supporting cultural and artistic production in Lebanon and the surrounding region. Contemporary works by established and emerging artists, designers and artisans are displayed at an archaeological site in the mountains east of Beirut in a rare, public outdoor exhibition. Explore
Exibart December 27, 2021
In Libano, un sito archeologico ospita una mostra d’arte contemporanea
The National News December 27, 2021
Lebanon art show at Beit Meri’s Roman ruins portrays tragedy in a delicate way
L’Orient Le Jour December 27, 2021
Perdus dans la bonne direction à Deir el-Qalaa, entre vestiges et créations artistiques…