The photography program at NDU is pleased to announce that three of its fresh graduate (Tarek Haddad, Elsn Lahoud and Charbel El Khoury) will be exhibiting their work at CUB Gallery alongside 12… Continue reading
I’ve been told about the pathogen before. As I was growing up, the story has been elaborating and even though I didn’t experience the Lebanese civil war, I watched Beirut’s infected body get… Continue reading
Since the Age of Enlightenment, Man has particularly sought separation and supremacy over nature. Civilizations have ravished and plundered nature, regarding it as a utilitarian resource, based on their anthropocentric understanding of an… Continue reading
The notion of identity in the individual is multi-faceted. At once the product of a history, a culture, an environment, and a lived experience, it also evolves as it undergoes numerous mutations, which… Continue reading
The NDU photography program is thrilled to announce that the Byblos Bank Award for photography for the year 2017 was bestowed to one of its very own students for the third year in… Continue reading
The photograph of student Tarek Haddad from his series Vesica Piscis showcased on Lensculture for the Emerging Talent Awards 2017. To view the initial post check the Lensculture page.
MIRRORING SOLITUDE is a quest, an escape, a nocturnal road trip. It is a reflection of my current state of mind, my feelings and my ongoing needs. At night, I feel the urge to… Continue reading
Carmen Yahchouchi’s work once again in the press, this time in Germany. You can check the original post on Instagram