Isabelle Ha Eav
Photographer

Isabelle Ha Eav is a French artist born in Paris. She graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles.

Her practice combines photographs and films to transcribe experiences of the visible and sensible.

Nourished by philosophy and literature, her work questions the interactions of the body through a materiality of the photographic medium and its inscription in space.

Through process of addition, subtraction, veiling and unveiling, she explores the modalities of an open real.

Her work has recently been selected by Rencontres de la Jeune Photographie Internationale, Prix Voies Off and Taïnan International Foto Festival.

She is supported by Galerie Le Magasin de Jouets and Galerie Hasy.

Isabelle Ha Eav
Photographer

Isabelle Ha Eav is a French artist born in Paris. She graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles.

Her practice combines photographs and films to transcribe experiences of the visible and sensible.

Nourished by philosophy and literature, her work questions the interactions of the body through a materiality of the photographic medium and its inscription in space.

Through process of addition, subtraction, veiling and unveiling, she explores the modalities of an open real.

Her work has recently been selected by Rencontres de la Jeune Photographie Internationale, Prix Voies Off and Taïnan International Foto Festival.

She is supported by Galerie Le Magasin de Jouets and Galerie Hasy.

  • Myriam Boulos: What’s Ours
    Publication
    Aperture
    International
    A searing, diaristic portrayal of a city and society in revolution by Magnum nominee Myriam Boulos. In her debut monograph, Myriam Boulos casts an unflinching eye on the revolution that began in Lebanon in 2019 with protests against government corruption and austerity – culminating with the aftermath of the devastating Beirut port explosion of August 2020. (more…)
  • Helen Cammock: I Will Keep My Soul
    Publication
    siglio
    International
    Convening polyphonous voices from past and present, I Will Keep My Soul is an orchestral layering of photography, historical documents, poetry and interviews, all rooted in the social history, geography and community of New Orleans. In this prismatic artist’s book, UK-based artist Helen Cammock traverses the city, rendering her observations and encounters into reverberant texts and percipient photographic images that tender the city’s invisible histories. (more…)
  • How we remember tomorrow
    Feb 13 – Jun 15, 2024
    University of Queensland Art Museum
    Brisbane, Australia
    How we remember tomorrow celebrates storytelling across generations, through oceans and waterways and transcending eras and perspectives. Featured artists understand the watery spaces of our planet as ancestral archives: sources of knowledge that carry stories and cultural practices. Alongside their kin, they honour intergenerational narratives that are disseminated along ocean currents despite ongoing colonial legacies of forced displacement, homeland dispossession, indenture and the loss or dormancy of vital cultural practices. (more…)