Auf dem Weg zur Frau

By Kristin Haug
Der Spiegel

Growing Up and Growing Old

By Sarah Stacke
PDN Photo of the Day

Rania Matar expose les relations mères-filles

Text by Frantz Vaillant
TV5 Monde

Rania Matar’s evocative portraits explore girlhood, and growing old

Text by Hannah Ongley

Mamma Mia – Unspoken Conversations

Text by Barbara Remmerbach
Barbara Magazine

Des illusions d’espoirs

Text by Thomas Denis Lavorel
Carnet d'Art

Growing up as a woman in the east and west

Text by Miss Rosen
Huck Magazine

Photos from Beirut and Boston: Womanhood Across Borders

Interview by Coralie Kraft

In Her Image

Amon Carter Magazine

Borders and Margins

Cover by Rania Matar, text by Banu Gökariksel
Journal of Middle East Women's Study

The Aftermath of War, Seen Through Photographers’ Eyes

By Geraldine Fabrikant
New York Times

We Need to Talk About Kids and Smartphones

By Markham Heid
Commission for TIME Magazine

The Beauty of Growing Up

By India Stoughton
Selections Arts Magazine

Á l’ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs

By Jean Paul Gavard Perret
Carnet d'Art

Femmes du Monde

By Caroline Six
ELLE Magazine

Biennale of Arab Photographers

Interview with Gabriel Bauret
L'Oeil de la Photographie

Les jeunes chrysalides de Rania Matar

By Romane Ricard
TAFMAG - The Art Factory Magazine

Les 10 expositions événement de la rentrée

CNEWS Matin, France

The C. Grimaldis Gallery Opens Its Doors to Socially Conscious Voices

Exhibition Review by Andy Clark

Invisible Children – Rania Matar

Photonews, Hamburg
July/August 2017 Issue

Unspoken Conversations

GUP Magazine

Action at a Distance at Angela Meleca Gallery

Exhibition Review by Liz Trapp
Columbus Underground

Rania Matar: Tracing a Universal Womanhood

By Jill Waterman
B&H Explora Photography Blog

Finding Commonality in the Female Experience

By Alexandra Genova

A Show of Lebanese Art Suffused with the Longing of Exile

Exhibition Review by Sarah Rose Sharp

Life of Strife

Exhibition Review by Peter Tonguette
The Columbus Dispatch

Age of the female gaze

Photo Critique by Rick Poynor
Eye Magazine

How Should Art Address Human Rights?

By Jacoba Urist
The Atlantic

The 7 Middle Eastern Photographers Baring All

By Clare Davies

Rania Matar, A Girl and Her Room – On growing up and growing old

By Sandra Williams
Tribe Magazine
Spring 2017 Issue

Beirut Photomed 2017: Rania Matar, Invisible Children

L'Oeil de la Photographie

Same Portrait – Opposite Sides of the World

By Alejandra Salazar
San Francisco Chronicle

YIELD Award Nomination

Nominated by Barbara Tannenbaum, Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art
Snite Museum of Art Purchase Award

Becoming Photographs by Rania Matar

By Ann Jastrab
All About Photo.com

Rania Matar’s Girls at the Edge of Adulthood

PDN Photo of the Day