Hayat Erdo─ƒan┬®Flavio Karrer

myri­am bou­los

foto­gra­phie & kollaborateur*in

If you would have to choo­se: Love play or fight? 


How do you pro­tect yourself?

I skin pick.

Do you belie­ve in the effec­ti­ve­ness of pro­test? 

Yes yes and yes.

Are you for sale? 


What do you want to do when you’re old? 

(Dye my hair in very light pink and do) Self por­traits.

What books is on your bedsi­de table?

“Fai­re l’amour” by Jean-Phil­ip­pe Tous­saint; “Acti­ve Art”; “The Gaze of Things: Japa­ne­se Pho­to­gra­phy in the Con­text of Pro­vo­ke”; “PHo­to­Bol­s­il­lo” by Hum­ber­to Rivas; “Loo­king For Love On The Left Bank” by Ed Van Der Els­ken.

What was the best pre­sent that you got from someo­ne or you gave to someo­ne? 

Flowers, always!


Born in Bei­rut in 1992, Myri­am Bou­los gra­dua­ted with a mas­ter degree in pho­to­gra­phy from the Aca­de­mie Liba­nai­se des Beaux Arts in 2015. She took part in both natio­nal and inter­na­tio­nal collec­ti­ve exhi­bi­ti­ons, inclu­ding Pho­to­med, Bei­rut Art Fair, Ber­lin Pho­to­Week, Mashreq to Maghreb (Dres­den, Ger­ma­ny), Bey­ond bounda­ries (New York), C’est Bey­routh (Paris) and 3ème bien­na­le des pho­to­gra­phes du mon­de ara­be (Paris). She recei­ved the Byb­los Bank Award for Pho­to­gra­phy in 2014, which lead to her first solo exhi­bi­ti­on at the Byb­los Bank in April 2015. Her second solo exhi­bi­ti­on took place at the French insti­tu­te of Leba­non in 2019.
Myri­am uses her came­ra to ques­ti­on the city, its peop­le, and her place among them. Her pho­to seri­es are a mix of docu­men­ta­ry and per­so­nal rese­arch. https://www.lensculture.com/myriam-boulos

Foto ©Fla­vio Kar­rer