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Born in 1987.
She lives and works in Rennes (France).

Mouna Saboni grew up with two nationalities, that of her French mother and her Moroccan father. After a master’s degree in Social and Solidarity Economy at university, she entered the National School of Photography in Arles from which she graduated in 2012.
Mouna Saboni’s photographic work focuses on the quest for identity, which she questions through a personal memory intimately linked to the territory. Through long-term projects carried out in the Palestinian territories, Morocco and Brazil, she questions her own relationship to the territories in which she lives and that of individuals to their environment.

She is represented by Galerie 127 and won the Lagardère Prize in 2020. Her work has entered the collections of the Neuflize Foundation, the Blachère Foundation and the Montresso* Art Foundation.