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Black Heroines

By 17th October 2020September 29th, 2021No Comments

In celebration of Black History Month, we want to highlight the work of Black Women Photographers. Check out the profiles of our Black Heroines…

Laylah Amatullah Barrayn

Adama Delphine Fawundu

Photographer Adama Delphine Fawundu works draw from personal experience to explore wider themes of African heritage, mythology, and diaspora....

Adrian Piper

Conceptual artist Adrian Piper explores the self, identity and agency through traditional and non-traditional mediums. Find out more about her work here...

Aida Muluneh

Aïda Muluneh

The work of Aïda Muluneh focusses on women’s experiences and to challenge the singular image of Africa as an impoverished and corrupt continent....

Carrie Mae Weems

Award-winning artist Carrie Mae Weems, works with a variety of mediums, including photography, video and text, to explore themes of racism, sexism and personal identity in her work....

Daesha Devón Harris

Daesha Devón Harris is an American artist whose work focuses on the links between freedom, identity and history in African American communities....

Deana Lawson

Born in 1979, Deana Lawson is an American photographer who focuses on intimacy while capturing Black bodies....

Eileen Perrier

Eileen Perrier is an acclaimed photographer whose work typically focuses on portraiture. From a Dominican and Ghanaian background, her work explores her dual heritage by questioning cultural identity and diversity....

Etinosa Yvonne

Etinosa Yvonne uses photography and video to bring awareness to social issues . Find out more about her recent projects here...

Heather Agyepong

Heather Agyepong

Photographer Heather Agyepong reimagines historical and cultural figures to explore themes of mental health, invisibility, the diaspora and the archive....

Dr Ingrid Pollard

Ingrid Pollard

Ingrid Pollard is an award winning artist who uses different photographic processes alongside printmaking, installation, video, and audio to shed new light on important subjects....

Jenevieve Aken Dress Code

Jenevieve Aken

Jenevieve Aken uses social documentary photography and self-portraits to explore a variety of social issues through her own personal experiences....

Joana Choumali

Photographer Joana Choumali from Côte d’Ivoire, incorporates embroidery into her work to explore identity & diversity within different African cultures....

Golden High Heals sit on patterned fabric, an image taken by Joy Gregory

Joy Gregory

Joy Gregory is an award-winning photographer who uses a variety of photographic techniques, including digital technology and Victorian camera-less methods...

Khadija Saye

Known as Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, Khadija was a Gambian-British photographer, celebrated for her extraordinary photographs during her short life, which ended, at the age of 24, in the Grenfell fire of 2017....

LaToya Ruby Frazier Hundred Heroines Women In Photography

LaToya Ruby Frazier

LaToya Ruby Frazier combines photography, video and performance art to focus on racism, environmental issues and deindustrialization....

Liz Johnson Artur

Liz Johnson Artur is a Russian-Ghanaian artist based in South East London. Growing up in East Europe and Germany, far from her African roots, she uses photography to explore her heritage and the lives of Black communities....

Lola Flash

Lola Flash

Working at the forefront of genderqueer visual politics for more than three decades, Lola Flash (b. 1959, New Jersey) has spent her career challenging the stereotypes surrounding gender, race, and sexuality....

Lorna Simpson by James Wang

Lorna Simpson

Lorna Simpson is a pioneering conceptual photographer who works with a variety of techniques, including collage, film, and photography....

Marcia Michael

Marcia Michael explores the place of the Black subject in the family album through photography and oral histories. Find out about her recent work here...

María Magdalena Campos-Pons

Award-winning Cuban artist María Magdalena Campos-Pons works across a variety of mediums, including photography, performance, and sculpture, exploring themes of history, gender and religion in relation to identity....

Maud Sulter, Self Portrait, 2002, 828 x 560 mm, large format Polaroid photograph. The Estate of Maud Sulter ©The Estate of Maud Sulter.

Maud Sulter

Maud Sulter was a contemporary fine artist, photographer, poet, educator and curator. Her work explored her Ghanaian heritage....

Nqaba Nobukho

Nobukho Nqaba

South African artist Nobukho Nqaba's interdisciplinary work explores migration, opportunity and the home. Find more about her recent projects here...

Rahima Gambo

Rahima Gambo

Photographer Rahima Gambo incorporates sculpture and performance in her work to explore socio-political, psycho-spiritual and autobiographical themes....

Roshini Kempadoo

Roshini Kempadoo is a photographer, media artist and scholar whose practice combines factual and fictional re-imaginings of historical and contemporary experiences....

Ruby Washington

As the first African-American woman hired as a staff photographer for the New York Times, Ruby Washington (1952-2018) was a true pioneer....

Suné Woods

Suné Woods

Suné Woods is an acclaimed visual artist living in Los Angeles. Her work typically involves multi-channel video installations, photographs, and collage....

Tshepiso Mazibuko

Tshepiso Mazibuko

Tshepiso Mazibuko is a South African photographer who, through the medium of photography, documents everyday life in the township of Thokoza where she lives and works...

Vera Jackson

Vera Jackson

American photographer Vera Jackson (1912-1999) was noted for her evocative narrative content within her work....

Yagazie Emezi

Yagazie Emezi

Artist and photojournalist Yagazie Emezi uses photography to explore the lives of African women through the lens of health, sexuality and education....

Zanele Muholi

Zanele Muholi

The work of Zanele Muholi focuses on Black LGBTI+ people and aims to bring visibility to a marginalised community that suffers extreme violence....

Zarina Bhimji

Zarina Bhimji is an whose work focuses on landscape and architecture with the aim of reflecting the human histories in them...

Zohra Opoku

Ghanaian photographer Zohra Opoku explores ploitical and cultural themes that are rooted in her personal identity and heritage....

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