lara tabet (b. 1983) is a lebanese pathologist and visual artist, who works mainly with photography. in 2010, as she was finishing her residency in clinical pathology at the american university of beirut medical center, tabet participated in a workshop led by klavdij sluban during the rencontres internationales in arles. in 2012, she completed a one-year full time program at the international center of photography in new york, and was the recipient of the lisette model scholarship. she also took part in several group shows in new york and beirut (beirut art fair; on fleeting grounds, galerie janine rubeiz; the view from here, international center of photography; mixed bag, bushwick open studios, etc.). in 2013, she received the daylight photo award juror’s pick for her project the reeds, in collaboration with michelle daher. she is currently working on a new collective project in beirut, while continuing to explore the themes of memory, trauma, the city, and the body.