photo by Shrai Popat
Tamara Saade is a Lebanese photographer and journalist. Her works tackle human rights matters in her homeland, Lebanon.
In 2020, Saade received a Magnum Foundation grant. She began documenting Beirut’s seaside Corniche, reflecting on Lebanon’s collapse and masculinity in the Arab World.
She has exhibited in several shows, including: The chemistry of feeling, Gulf Photo Plus, Dubai (2021), Vantage Point 09, Sharjah (2021), Sunrise, Sunset, IMMA, NYC (2018), the Beirut Photo Fair, and at the Beirut Art Fair.
Her work has been published in Vice, Al Jazeera and Megaphone.