Sabrina Belkhouja (Tunisia) inherited her passion for photography from her parents, both of whom are photographers. While she has experimented with art forms like music, design, and dance, she sees photography as a sanctuary she can always fall back on.
In her work, she pays homage to fleeting moments and emotions and to scenes from daily life. Belkhouja also finds it important to show the role of militant women in her country’s democratic transition process.
She has contributed to exhibitions in Tunisia and abroad and her work has been featured on the cover of local magazines.