Myriam Boulos, the nights of the revolution

Thursday at CAMERA | 13 April, 6.30pm

On Thursday 13 April at 6.30 pm, CAMERA hosts the young Lebanese photographer Myriam Boulos.

Born in 1992, in 2021 Myriam Boulos was accepted into the prestigious photographic agency Magnum Photos, of which Eve Arnold was one of the most active and beloved members, starting with her entry as the institution’s first woman, together with Inge Morath, in 1951.

Despite her young age, Myriam Boulos’ extraordinary body of work breaks down perceptions and stereotypes, conveying, through different photographic series, a contemporary landscape in which faces, limits, fractures, moments of fragility and emotionality coexist in images that are a delicate hymn of resistance.

Her work has been published in some of the most important international publications, including ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘Vogue’ and ‘Time’.


With the participation of:
Myriam Boulos, photographer
Monica Poggi, curator of Eve Arnold. The Work 1950-1980


The talk costs 3€ and reservations are recommended.
For reservations, click here.