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Romane Iskaria

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Romane Iskaria is a French photographer and visual artist. Born in La Ciotat, south of France in 1997. Works and lives in Brussels (BE). Romane Iskaria approach is both documentary and fictional. She works on long-term investigations, in order to raise the voices of invisible communities and tell their stories. Romane uses photography, video, sculpture, tissus, to create immersive installations.

- Her work has been exhibited in the United States (ART-ARK gallery San José California, Assyrian Policy Institute Washington D.C), in France (Festival Circulation(s) Cent-Quatre Paris, La Grande Vitrine gallery Arles, HLM Marseille gallery), in Belgium (TAMAT Museum Tournai, BPS22, Art-Brussels Off, S.M.A.K, Médiatine Prize, Hangar Art Photo Center, TICK-TACK gallery), in Armenia (Consulate of France Erevan), in Italy (L'Asilo Napoli) and in Netherlands (Noorthedlicht Festival). Romane was selected for the Polka Magazine & Kickstarter call for projects for the creation and support of an artist's book for her first book “Assyrians” with a self-publishing run of 300 copies. The book Assyrians was also laureat of the Belgian Photo Books selection presented at the Rencontres d'Arles in France in July 2022.