Based on her recent photography installation 'Underbelly', a photographic installation that follows the trail of an imagined serial killer in the city of Beirut; Lara Tabet treats the subject of vulnerability and disappearance by orchestrating the aftermath of an imaginary and unsolved murder scene.
Born in 1983, Lara Tabet is a Lebanese visual artist and pathologist.
In 2012, after finishing her residency in Clinical Pathology at the American University of Beirut Medical Center, Tabet completed a one-year full-time program at the International Center of Photography in New York and was the recipient of the Lisette Model scholarship. Her work has been featured throughout the Arab world, USA and Europe. Tabet received grants from AFAC (Arab Fund for Art and Culture) and Al-Mawrid Al-Thaqafi; she was the recipient of the Daylight Photo Award Juror’s Pick for her project The Reeds and she was awarded the arte east fellowship for the Art Omi residency.