Ayla Hibri (b. 1987) was born in Beirut, Lebanon. She is a trained photographer who has spent the last decade in a state of travel, constantly displaced and discovering. Her work is an expansive archive of visual data on the psychogeography of places, and aspects of the human condition that traverse political and geographical boundaries.
Hibri has exhibited her works at both solo and group shows, including: Dar Art Fair, Amman, Jordan (2021); Before The Cypress Broke, Void Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland (2021), A Palm Tree Bows To The Moon, Beirut, Lebanon (2019), Shells, Al Mammar Space, Amman, Jordan (2019), and many more.
Hibri's photographs have been featured in The Guardian, The Wire, Brownbook Magazine, Dazed and Confused, Kaleidoscope and more. She has published two books, A Palm Tree Bows To The Moon (published by Kaph Books) and The Real Prince (published by OODEE).