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Du 01/09/2022 à 18:00 jusqu'au 30/09/2022 à 18:00

Beirut Image Festival was launched in 2019 by Zakira – the Image Festival Association, in collaboration with Dar al Mussawir and the Union of Arab Photographers. The first of its kind in Lebanon and a pioneering experience in the Arab World, the Beirut Image Festival is an annual regional photography fair held in Beirut and other major Lebanese cities and towns.

The Beirut Image Festival aims to provide photographers with a yearly inspirational and professional forum to display their work and projects. It brings together local and international photographers and artists to share their experiences, exchange ideas, as well as provide them with the opportunity to network, interact and develop shared projects.




Under the Patronage of the Minister of Culture, H.E. Judge Mohammad Wissam al-Mortada
Beirut Image Festival 2022 organizes:
Tribute to Shireen Abu Akleh

• Screening of “The Last Encounter”
• A photography exhibition by photographers from Palestine:

Ammar Awad, Mahfouz Abu Turk, Mouamar Awad, Mousa Al Shaer, Bayan Jeabeh, Diala Jweihan, Ezzat Jamjoum, Fawwaz Toubassi, Fayez Abu Rmaileh, Iyad al-Tawil, Jaafar Ashtiyeh, Mahmoud Illean, Mostafa Al-Kharouf, Rinad al-Sharabati, Nasser Nasser

Opening ceremony
01.09 6PM

Exhibition continues
01.09 / 13.09

Daily from 10AM to 7 PM

The National Library 




















Under the Patronage of the Minister of Culture, H.E. Judge Mohammad Wissam al-Mortada, The Image Festival Association - Zakira is organizing the opening ceremony of the “Beirut Image Festival (BIF)” 2022 as follow:

Date: Thursday, 01st of September 2022
Venue: The Lebanese National Library, Sanayeh
Time: 18:00 PM
Available: daily from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM until Tuesday, 13 September 2022  

During the ceremony a tribute will be given to Shireen Abu Akleh through a photography exhibition and “The Last Encounter” film will be screening. We will also be exhibiting the "Memory of a City" in memory of the victims of the Beirut Port Explosion, featuring Chérine Yazbeck’s exhibition “Je suis mort ce jour-là” (The Day I Died) and a collective exhibition by Dar al-Mussawir and photographers.
Photo by Haitham al-Moussawir




















“Tehran, Jerusalem, Beirut - A Journey by Alfred” by the Iranian-French photographer Alfred Yaghobzadeh. The World Press Photo Winner will take us on a journey between three countries showing the sufferings and hopes that they have experienced since the 1980s.

This exhibition will take place as follow:
Date: Friday, 02 September 2022
Venue: Assafir Newspaper Building, Hamra
Time: 18:00 PM
Available: daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM until Sunday, 18 September 2022





















In collaboration with the Institute for Palestine Studies, “Palestine... Life Through the Eyes of the Photographer Khalil Raad: A Tribute Exhibition” gives us a glimpse of the daily life, landscapes and urban photos of the pre-Nakba Palestine. The exhibition will run as follow:

Date: Thursday, 08 September 2022
Venue: Institute for Palestine Studies exhibitions space in Verdun
Time: 16:00 PM - 18:00 PM
Available: Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM until Friday, 30 September 2022





















A collective exhibition





















“Witness to the Golden Years” is an exhibition by Adnan Naji who opens his archive to showcase photos of the Lebanese and Arab stars from the sixties and seventies. Some of these famous stars include amongst others - Fairouz, Oum Kolthoum, Sabah, Faten Hamama, Shoushou and other names that filled the golden era with art and beauty.

Date: Thursday, 22 September 2022
Venue: Assafir Newspaper Building
Time: 6:00 PM
Available: daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM until Friday, 30 September 2022























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