Daniel Mebarek

Daniel Mebarek (b. 1993) is a Bolivian lens-based artist and writer, currently living and working in Paris. His practice engages with issues surrounding collective memory, history and archives. His work has been published in Fotofilmic (CAN), Der Greif (DEU), Humble Arts Foundation (USA), Kris Graves Projects (USA) and Balam Magazine (ARG), among others. His work was also selected for Aperture’s 2020 Summer Open exhibition held at Fotografiska, New York. Recent recognitions include the 2021 PHmuseum Photography Grant (3rd Prize) and the 2-12 Residence Award of the Cité international des arts in Paris.


15 Questions With… Daniel Mebarek

An old passport photo has been cut out and pasted on top of an image of a snow-capped mountain.