Manu Ferneini
Photographer / Journalist

Born in 1998, Manu Ferneini is a Lebanese photographer with a Bachelor of Arts in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the University of the Arts London. She is currently based in The Hague, Netherlands, where she is pursuing a masters in Photography & Society at the Royal Academy of Arts. Her reportage work has been published in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Der Spiegel, Bloomberg Businessweek, Republik Magazine, and Newlines Magazine.

Awards and Grants include The Arab Documentary Photography Program x Magnum Foundation Grantee and Eugene W. Smith Student Finalist with exhibitions including Bienal’23 Fotografia do Porto, Portugal, In Between Festival, Abroyan Factory, Beirut, Les Femmes s’Exposent, Normandie, Festival PHotoESPAÑA, Casa Arabe, Madrid, Artlab, Beirut, Fabrique Pola, Bordeaux, and Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Beirut.

Manu Ferneini
Photographer / Journalist

Born in 1998, Manu Ferneini is a Lebanese photographer with a Bachelor of Arts in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the University of the Arts London. She is currently based in The Hague, Netherlands, where she is pursuing a masters in Photography & Society at the Royal Academy of Arts. Her reportage work has been published in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Der Spiegel, Bloomberg Businessweek, Republik Magazine, and Newlines Magazine.

Awards and Grants include The Arab Documentary Photography Program x Magnum Foundation Grantee and Eugene W. Smith Student Finalist with exhibitions including Bienal’23 Fotografia do Porto, Portugal, In Between Festival, Abroyan Factory, Beirut, Les Femmes s’Exposent, Normandie, Festival PHotoESPAÑA, Casa Arabe, Madrid, Artlab, Beirut, Fabrique Pola, Bordeaux, and Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Beirut.

  • James Barnor: Studio of Life
    Oct 27, 2023 – Mar 10, 2024
    FOMU
    Antwerp, Belgium
    James Barnor: Studio of Life offers an overview of James Barnor’s (b. Ghana, 1929) remarkable career. His multifaceted and powerful images made him a photography pioneer. This exhibition not only showcases Barnor’s rich and diverse body of work but also examines the cultural connections between Accra, London and Antwerp. In 1949, Barnor launched his photography studio Ever Young in the Ghanaian capital of Accra. It grew into a pivotal meeting place for young Ghanaians who longed for freedom from British colonial rule. (more…)