Camille Zakharia

Camille Zakharia’s Photographic Foray into the Voids of Bahrain

April 27, 2018 - Sawsan Khalf

It was a sultry December morning when I first came across Lebanese photographer Camille Zakharia’s mercilessly stark photographs of Bahraini compounds as part of a collection titled ‘Birds of a Feather.’ With all the photographs taken under cloudless morning skies in neighborhoods scarcely distinguishable from one another—and therefore also from Adliya, the art-and-restaurant district housing the now defunct Al Riwaq Art Space where the exhibit was being shown — the immediate effect was disorienting: what was inside the photographs closely resembled what lay outside them.

CAMILLE ZAKHARIA IN AGENDA CULTUREL

January 26, 2016

Le collage photographique : la mise en scène du réel is an article in Agenda Culturel, featuring Camille Zakharia and elaborating on the artist's practice and his different techniques.

INTERVIEW WITH CAMILLE ZAKHARIA

August 29, 2015

Read here the full interview with Camille Zakharia, by art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman.