Born and raised in Lebanon, Clara Abi Nader is a landscape and portrait photographer whose work mainly evolves around the question of identity, belonging and territorial problematics. Her use of analog film gives her aesthetic a cinematic feeling as she is also interested in telling a story through her images.
Today based in Paris, she often travels back and forth to Beirut, to pursue some of her ongoing projects, while taking fashion commissions in the french capital.

PRESS & FEATURES

2018
Au Retour
// Article on GUP Magazine
Portrait of Jean Biche
// With Cold Cuts Magazine published on ONORIENT
Au Retour
// Interview with ONORIENT
Clara dans la Rue // Article on L'Art Helvétique Contemporain
Clara dans la Rue // Portfolio on The Eye of Photography
Clara dans la Rue // Portfolio review and interview with Lomography
Woman Sunbathing
// On street photography interview with Aperture Tours
Au Retour
// Interview with Jdeed Magazine
Hide & Seek
// Face Value: Portraiture on L'Orient Le Jour
Barcelona // Issue 01 of Cold Cuts Magazine

2017
Lost on The Sicilian Trains // Portfolio on Fisheye Magazine
Lost on The Sicilian Trains // "Arab Women behind the Camera" on Jdeed Magazine
Au Retour // Around Med Photo Fest
Driving The Car // Beyrouth Photomed on L'Oeil de la Photographie
Aleppo // "A Heavenly Place" on The Washington Post
Au Retour // Beyrouth Photomed on L'Orient Le Jour
Time Is a Thief Me Too // Issue 01 of She Shoots Film

2015
Documenter l’Intime //
L’Officiel Levant
Au Retour
// "Retour au Pays Dans un Vide Photogénique" on L'Orient Le Jour
Driving The Car // Portfolio on Kaltblut Magazine