Yasmina Barbet was born in France. After her secondary school, between 1995 and 1998 she attended a photography course at the IED in Rome. In 1998 she moved to Paris, where she worked on photographic projects, followed by drawing courses, art history and image processing techniques. In 2002, she returned to Rome, she worked at commissioned work, and completed her own photo archive, which she will presented in 2008 on her personal site. In 2009 she started collaborating with the French Wostok Press agency following the news in Italy (Vatican, Venice Film Festival, Rome Film Festival ...). In parallel, she publishes books and articles on commissions such as the "Senegal Natangué" catalog of an exhibition exhibited at the Italian Senate. She cultivated a study on his own technique and expression of the image, exhibited in 2017 at the Biennale of Peschiera del Garda, the Biennale of Rome, the Biennale of Florence, where she won the bronze “Lawrence the magnificent".