Laylah Amatullah Barrayn is a critically acclaimed photographer based in New York. With a career spanning more than twenty years, she is known for her striking documentary and portrait photography, works which have been featured in numerous prominent publications including The New York Times, National Geographic andVogue.
Richly varied, her work examines collective experiences, contemporaneously and throughout history, with a focus on identity among Black women in the United States. Recently, she has spent time documenting rallies and memorials in the wake of George Floyd’s death, exemplifying her use of the camera as a tool for activism, justice and change.
Also one of the most revered women photographers of the 21st century, Adama Delphine Fawundu is recognised for her empathetic, perspicacious exploration of Black experience via a multidisciplinary approach which encompasses photography, printmaking, video, sound, and assemblage.