Endia Beal
Endia Beal

“Am I What You’re Looking For?” focuses on young women of color who are transitioning from the academic world into the corporate setting, capturing their struggles and uncertainties on how best to present themselves in the professional workspace.

Artist Bios

  • Endia Beal

    Endia Beal is a North Carolina-based artist, who is internationally known for her photographic narratives and video testimonies that examine the personal, yet contemporary stories of women of color working within the corporate space.

    Beal has been featured in several online editorials including The New York Times, NBC, BET, Huffington Post, Slate Magazine and National Geographic. She has also appeared in Essence Magazine, Marie Claire magazine (South Africa), Newsweek (Japan) and Photo District News. Her work has been exhibited in several institutions such as the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, South Carolina; the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Art + Culture, based in Charlotte, North Carolina; and the Aperture Foundation of New York.


  • United Photo Industries (UPI)

    United Photo Industries (UPI)

    United Photo Industries (UPI) is a New York based nonprofit organization that works to promote a wider understanding of, and increased access to, the art of photography.

    Since its founding in 2011, UPI has rapidly solidified its position in the public art landscape by continuing to showcase thought-provoking, challenging, and exceptional photography from across the globe. In its first seven years, UPI has presented the work of more than 2,500 visual artists in gallery exhibitions and public art installations worldwide.

Am I What You’re Looking For?

 archive : 2017

Featuring: Endia Beal

Presented by: United Photo Industries (UPI)
  • United Photo Industries (UPI)


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