Daniel Mebarek

Born in 1993, Daniel Mebarek is a Bolivian artist who lives and works in Paris. He is graduated from Sciences Po Paris, the London School of Economics (LSE) and the Photography Department of the Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis. 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), Balam Magazine (ARG), among others.



In 2020, his work has been selected by the Aperture Foundation for the group exhibition Information at the Fotografiska Museum in New York. With his new works, he will soon participate in the 10th edition of “Rencontres photographiques” in Paris in November 2021.



In addition to his artistic practices in photography, the artist has recently co-curated the exhibition DUST: The Plates of the Present, a photographic installation of 1031 photograms initiated by artists Jo-ey Tang and Thomas Fougeirol, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (October 2020-March 2021). He has also written for Magnum Photos and American Suburb X.

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