Maryam Eisler is a London – based photographer and author.
Maryam’s photographic work, the crux of which is centred around the Sublime Feminine thematics, is represented by Tristan Hoare in London and Harper’s Books in New York. Maryam has additionally shown at Photo London, Dallas Art Fair, Unseen Amsterdam, Space Gallery St Barth, Bermondsey Project Space, and Art Marbella.
Maryam is a contributing editor to LUX magazine, a Condé Nast title as well as contributed photographically and editorially to Vanity Fair ( 'On Art' – UK), Harpers Bazaar Art, Harpers Bazaar Interiors and Vogue Arabia.
Maryam’s book,Voices: East London for which she is both author and photographer was published in 2018. She has additionally edited several other Thames and Hudson titles to include Sanctuary: Britain's Artists and their Studios, Art Studio America: Contemporary Artist Spaces and London Burning: Portraits from a Creative City among many more.
Maryam sits on the advisory board of Photo London, is a nominator for the Prix Pictet photography prize, and is an ambassador for Unseen Amsterdam photo fair.
A Tate International Council member, Maryam co-chaired Tate’s MENAAC (Middle East North Africa acquisitions committee) for ten years, from 2010 to 2020. She was a trustee of the Whitechapel gallery from 2015 to 2020 and a former member of the Guggenheim Middle East Circle. Maryam is a founding member of the British Museum CaMMEA group, sits on the advisory council of the Delfina Foundation and is a member of the Royal Academy International Circle.
Maryam is a graduate of Wellesley College and Columbia University.