Born 1990 in Paris, France. Lives and works between Paris, Marseille, and London, France/England.
Taous Dahmani is a French, British and Algerian art historian, writer and curator specialising in photography. Her academic research focuses on the photographic representation of struggles and the struggle for photographic representations. Her projects mainly involve the links between photography and politics — such as the visual culture of protests, migratory narratives and intersectional feminist discourses. She has published in various scientific journals and art magazines. She regularly gives papers in academic conferences and holds public ‘in-conversations’ with photographers. Taous Dahmani is also editor and content advisor at The Eyes Publishing, a trustee of the Photo Oxford Festival, and on the editorial board of MAI: Visual Culture and Feminism.