LOT 10
Guevara Namer (b. 1984)
35˚ 45˚, 2009
Photograph printed on fine art paper
84.1 x 59.4 cm each

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
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  • About Guevara Namer

    Lives in Germany 

    Syrian Kurdish photographer and documentary filmmaker, Guevara Namer reflects on themes of “identity, belonging and borders” while highlighting young female protagonists in her narrative-based, occasionally auto-biographical, work. 

    Born in Damascus, Guevara Namer (1984) holds a degree in photography from the Applied Arts Institute, Damascus and studied drama at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus In 2018, she was selected by Magnum Foundation as a Photography and Social Justice Fellow. Her more recent exhibition – in Berlin – entitled Existing Elsewhere, showcased photos that are an intimate introspection of her past. 

    Working in documentary films, Namer has been as a line producer and assistant director as well as the director of her own films. Her film, Morning Fears, Night Chants (co-directed with Diana El-Jeiroudi), premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) in 2012 and was broadcast on Alarabiya and ARTE. She is also a co-founder and board member of Berlin-based DOX BOX eV, an association to support documentary filmmakers from the Arab world. 

    LOT 10
    Guevara Namer
    35˚ 45˚

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    LOT 10

    Guevara Namer

    35˚ 45˚


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