Delphine Diallo, Transcending, 2019

Courtesy: Fisheye Gallery

Photo collage on archival paper
Photo collage on archival paper
Dimensioni / Size: 100 x 70 cm
Edizione / Edition: unique
Prezzo / Price: 10000

Delphine Diallo

New York @ USA

Delphine Diallo is a Brooklyn-based French and Senegalese visual artist and photographer born in 1977. She graduated from the Académie Charpentier School ofVisual Art in Paris in 1999 before working in the music industry for seven years. In 2008, she moved to New York and starts working with acclaimed photographer and artist of Peter Beard. Following this experience, she decided to return to her father’s hometown in Senegal to star t a new life as an ar tist. Since then, she has participated in the We the People campaign with artist Shepard Fairey for the Women’s March, in numerous group shows in the United States, a solo show in Arles, France, and commissioned works for Chris Rock, J. Cole and Swizz Beatz. Delphine Diallo is often the central figure in her work, representing herself in many forms that she associates with her experience as a black woman. But when she works with her models, a strong bond is created. Entering their intimacy she allows them to free themselves and become new protagonists. From her encounters is born a plastic work that is both naive and affirmed. Her portraits become an ode to the liberation of women.Where ever she can, Diallo combines artistic with activism, pushing the many possibilities of empowering women, youth, and cultural minorities through visual provocation. Diallo uses analog, digital photography and collages as she continues to explore new mediums. She is working towards creating new dimensions and a place where consciousness and art are a universal language by connecting artists, sharing ideas and learning.

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Delphine Diallo, Transcending, 2019