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Tanya Traboulsi

Tanya Traboulsi portrait by Elie el Khoury
photo by Elie el Khoury

Tanya Traboulsi is an Austrian-Lebanese photographer. She is currently based between the two countries. Her work explores highly personal themes of belonging, identity, and memory, as well as sociological stigmas relating to the female identity. 

Her first monograph, entitled Lost Strange Things: On not finding home, was published by Triton in 2014. Her body of work documenting the Lebanese alternative music scene was assembled in the 2010 publication Untitled Tracks: On Alternative Music in Beirut.

Traboulsi’s works have been exhibited internationally in both solo and group exhibitions, including: Lost Strange Things: On not finding home, Bildraum 01 (2018), Beirut, Kunsthalle Wien (2011), and Exposure 6, Beirut Art Center (2014). In 2013, she was awarded The Boghossian Foundation Prize for her series Seules.

Her works have been published in Brownbook, Colors Magazine, Phases Magazine, L’Oeil de la Photographie, Monocle, The Wire and many others.