Freelance photographer and artist

Enea Lebrun (Paris, 1988). Lives and works in Panama, artist, photographer and documentary storyteller. Her work focuses on current challenges, approached from the documentary and artistic field.
Her personal practice, characterized by her interest in collaborative processes, is the result of long-term projects accompanied by in-depth research on the topic.

Jenené, her first photobook in collaboration with Andrea Lino was published in February 2023 and was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Panama and won a Global Partner Honor.

She has participated in group exhibitions in Chile, Uruguay, the USA, Panama, Spain and France (Best Of at Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles) and receives the Tara For Women 2023 award.
She is co-founder of the Residencia Nómada program, a program that questions the boundaries between art and craft and transfers artistic professionalization opportunities from the capital to the peripheries that won the Outstanding Museum Practice Award 2023 from CIMAM.