Fuad Alakbarov is a Glasgow-based photographer, political commentator and human rights activist. He is passionate about capturing life and how it interacts with, adapts to and alters the immediate natural environment. On an artistic level, Fuad is drawn towards street photography, the urban landscape and conceptual photography. Through his work he seeks to preserve those often missed, and seemingly insignificant, fleeting moments that make life special and a joy to behold.
Fuad’s works and interviews have been published in many magazines and newspapers, both nationally and internationally. These include OpenDemocracy, The Jerusalem Post, The National, Baku Magazine, Bella Caledonia, Visions of Azerbaijan, International PolicyDigest, Business Courier, Planet Football, Politics.co.uk and others.
When East Meets West, The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow, 2019.
Changing Lenses: Glasgow Stories Of Integration, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, 2018.
Rubber Duck Exhibition, Keelung, 2013.