Born in Paris, Sabrina lives successively in Côte d’Ivoire, France, the Netherlands and Belgium. A lawyer by training, her photographic career began in 2011 when she enrolled in the Atelier de photographie Contraste in Brussels.
Photography is for her the opportunity to meet other cultures, to discover and share other stories but especially to witness the world in which we live. With the series “Ladies Only”, she introduces us to special moments in the life of Muslim women in Brussels (December 2013). Her discovery of the city of Brussels and the society in which we live is also a pretext for photography.
In November 2013, she and four other photographers met at the Atelier Contraste created the Tête-Bêche Collective. With the series “8 femmes”, she participates in the exhibition “Femme aujourd’hui” of the collective, at the communal house of Etterbeek, Brussels. (March 2014). With this project, she opens the doors of a foster home for women and children and honors mothers in their fight for autonomy.
From January to June 2014, she attended the landscape classes at Atelier Contraste. She participates with the series “greenhouse effects” in the collective exhibition Aptitude(s)/Attitude(s), organized on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Atelier Contraste, in Tour & Taxi, Brussels (June 2014).
She participates in the exhibition of the Tête-bêche Collective “The World Upside Down”, as part of the first Parcours d’Artistes d’Etterbeek, Brussels (September 2014). She participates with the Collectif Tête-bêche in the following Parcours d’Artistes d’Etterbeek under the subject «Départ» with a series of portraits devoted to the lives of migrants in Europe (2016) and a series of landscapes «A travers champs » in 2018.
She participates in 2019 in the collective exhibition “Kijk…. Brussels” at the Halles Saint-Géry in the centre of Brussels (October/November 2019) with a series of urban lanscapes “Envie de vert” that questions Brussels’ urban diversity and spaces.
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