Delphine Diaw Diallo, Brooklyn-based French and Senegalese visual craftsman and picture taker learned at Académie Charpentier School of Visual Art, Paris before moving to New York and to Senegal where her dad is from to investigate photography. Today, Delphine Diallo takes pride in testing the standards of our general public through the mix of masterfulness with activism, pushing the numerous potential outcomes of engaging ladies, youth, and social minorities, testing thoughts of race and sexual orientation through visual incitement.
Delphine’s incredible pictures are a festival of the female frame, inspiring arousing quality and otherworldliness. Her pictures offer a critical patina to the lives of the ladies she archives, catching their actual forces and ground-breaking spirits taking you past the visual. She goes similarly as investing close time with her subjects in far remote territories, to better capable speak to their most intrinsic vitality. She is moving in the direction of making new measurements and a place where cognizance and workmanship are a widespread dialect by interfacing craftsmen, sharing thoughts and learning.
Delphine has participated in the international exhibitions and In 2012, the Smithsonian mentioned her as one of the top 26 emerging photographers of the ICP among Photography’s Emerging Stars. Her clients and press include major clients like The New York Times, Esquire, Nike, Converse and WAD.