Lamia Khorshid Lamia Khorshid is an Egyptian born artist, educated in the United States. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Miami, as well as a Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Art.

Lamia is an active exhibiting artist working in photography and video. Her most recent two-person show was in San Diego, California in 2016. An international solo show of her work took place at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy in 2013. She has participated in several annual fairs and group exhibitions, including Art Palm Beach, MIA, Art Miami, Art Basel Miami Beach, Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale, New Orleans Photography Alliance, Lowe Art Museum, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Photo Place Gallery Vermont, SPE San Francisco Conference, SPE New Orleans Conference, Miami Beach Cinematheque, the UM Project Space in Wynwood and the Miami Center for the Photographic Arts. She curated independent shows from 2006 – 2009. She recently lectured at the SPE Baltimore Conference in 2014, the Museum of Art Ft Lauderdale and at the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables in 2013, the Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities in 2012, as well as Curator’s Voice Art Projects, and MIU in 2011. She has presented papers at the Florida Consortium of Women’s Studies Conference in Tampa in 2007, as well as at MOCA Goldman Warehouse that same year.

She currently teaches Photography and Digital Imaging at MiraCosta College and has previously taught at the University of Miami from 2007 – 2015. She continues to teach abroad at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy during the summers.


Her work has been included in the following publications:

Uncanny: Surreal Photography
An Exhibition Anthology
by Photo Place Gallery | 2011

Seeing Myself, Seeing Others: The Art of the Portrait
An Exhibition Anthology
by Photo Place Gallery | 2011

Florida without Borders: Women at the Intersections of the Local and Global
by Kay Masters, Judy A. Hayden and Kim Vaz | 2008

Supermix Union of the Diverse Contemporary Art in Miami
by Charo Oquet & David Vardi | 2008