Nicolas Lambouris is a multidisciplinary visual artist. His work to date includes photography, installation, video and collage, primarily dealing with the investigation of collective experiences, memory and manifestations of cultural identity. His work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Cyprus, the UK, the US, and it is part of private and state art collections. Lambouris a member of the International Association of Photography and Theory (IAPT), director of the Photography+Film & Visual Culture Lab (PFVClab) and has participated in a number of conferences dedicated to the interdisciplinary and critical exploration of photography and visual culture. He has text contributions in the scholarly journal Photographies (Taylor & Francis), and his work has been published by Yard Press (Italy). Lambouris has recently co-curated an international photo book exhibition Photography & the Everyday at the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre.
Lambouris received a BA in Studio Arts, a BA in Media Studies, from Queens College, City University of New York, US, and an MFA in Photography, from Kent Institute of Art & Design, University of Kent, UK. He lives and works in Nicosia where he is a faculty member at the Department of Fine & Applied Arts at Frederick University.