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Record Auctions for Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans, Freischwimmer #84, 2004 © Wolfgang Tillmans & Phillips The 48-year-old Germa...

Bastille Day Exhibition at &co119 Gallery

Johan van der Keuken, 14 juillet 1958 © Johan van der Keuken / Galerie &co119  

Focus Iran, broadcasted tonight on ARTE

While Iran is at the time of the Rencontres photographiques d’Arles 2017 with the exhibition I...
Luciana Pampalone, Graflex, 2012 © Luciana Pampalone
Luciana Pampalone, Graflex, 2012 © Luciana Pampalone

Seules: feminine plural; french for alone, by oneself.
Seules is a series of self-portraits depicting five times of the day, spent alone. Tanya Traboulsi creates, with restraint and distance, a sibling of herself. This staging of the self and its mirrored image, devoid of emotions, reflects upon the ambivalence of being, its depths as well as its disparities. Seules is a solitary reverie, a series of images that want to affirm the serenity of aloneness, introspection and tranquility achieved by the company of oneself in a world that loses all value and respect for individuality.

Rita Bassil

Seules, Part of the group showNew Africa’
curated by Kulte Gallery & Editions / Yasmina Naji
May 23 – June 28, 2014
La Villa, 7 rue de Tilleuls
Casablanca, Morroco

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Tanya Traboulsi

Austrian-born with Lebanese origins, Tanya spent her childhood traveling back and forth between the two countries. While in Austria, she completed high school and graduated from university with a diploma in fashion design. Soon after, sh...

Tanya Traboulsi –You

‘You’ is a series of self-portraits dealing with the notion of privacy, social and personal taboos and the need to free ourselves from restrictions of any kind. Each photo in the series represents a certain stage of evolution of finding oneself and reaching a state of...

Tanya Traboulsi–Home

(2013, work in progress) « Who’s homeless now, will for long stay alone.
No home will build his weary hands » (Rainer Maria Rilke) I was born to an Austrian mother and a Lebanese father in 1976 in Klagenfurt, an Austrian town surrounded by forests, m...

Portfolios of readers
Tanya Traboulsi

This series explores the notions of home, roots and belonging, entwined with the confusion of growing up between two countries and multifaceted cultures. The images reflect upon facets of what could be representative of home, observing its affiliation to places, people and memory...

Portfolios of readers
Tanya Traboulsi

In this series I use video stills from Super 8 films taken during my childhood between 1976 and the mid 1980s. This body of work reflects on memory, time and mortality: an exploration of the influence of the visual on emotions and memory, and vice versa.

Beirut: Tanya Traboulsi : Lost Strange Things, on not finding home

Entitled Lost Strange Things: On not finding home, this exhibition brings together the culmination of Tanya Traboulsi's photographic and artistic research into the question of home, delving in the terrain of nostalgia and belonging through photography.