Tarek Haddad is a Lebanese photography graduate from Notre Dame University-Louaize. His work questions both the intimate and collective relationship between humans and their surroundings, from personal possessions to the natural realm.

His recent projects focus on mankind's current interaction and dis/connection from/with the environment. In 2017, he held his first solo exhibition titled "Vesica Piscis" at Galerie Janine Rubeiz, through which he pondered humans' quest for separation from nature. He dived deeper into the interaction and the facets of this relationship in his latest exhibition titled "The Sixth Day", which he developed during his recent art residency with "SMArt Programme" in Switzerland.

Tarek has previously been selected as a grantee for the 4th cycle of the Arab Fund for Arts & Culture (AFAC)’s Arab Documentary Photography Program(ADPP) in 2017, and was chosen to participate in a workshop followed by a group exhibition with an international multidisciplinary artist for the Beirut Art Fair in 2016.


2019 - Sustainable Mountain Art (SMArt) Residency in Switzerland

2017 - Grantee for the 4th cycle of the Arab Fund for Arts & Culture
(AFAC)'s Arab Documentary Photography Program (ADPP)

2015 - Shortlisted for the Byblos Bank Award

Solo Exhibitions

June - September 2019 - The Sixth Day
Bellwald, Switzerland

July 2017 - Vesica Piscis
Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Raouche, Lebanon

Group Exhibitions

Feb - April 2019 - Group Exhibition (Vesica Piscis)
CUB Gallery, Badaro, Lebanon

Dec 2017 - Feb 2018 - Opening Exhibition (Neoplasticity)
CUB Gallery, Badaro, Lebanon

July - Aug 2017 - Oeuvres Recentes (Vesica Piscis)
Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Raouche, Lebanon

Sep 2016 - New World / Nouveau Monde (Neoplasticity)
Beirut Art Fair, Biel - Beirut, Lebanon

Sep 2015 - Raw Talents (Debatable Storage Syndrome)
Art Factum Gallery, Qarantina, Lebanon


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