Alanna Fields

Alanna Fields (b. 1990, Maryland, USA) is a mixed-media artist and archivist whose work investigates and challenges representations of Black queer identity and history through the lens of photography. Fields’s work has been exhibited at Baxter St. Camera Club of New York, MoCADA, and Yancey Richardson Gallery, among others. She has forthcoming group exhibitions at the High Museum of Art, the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota, and the Aldrich Museum. A Gordon Parks Foundation Scholar, Fields has participated in artist residencies at Light Work, Baxter St. CCNY, and Silver Art Projects, among others. Earning her MFA in photography from Pratt Institute, Fields has given talks at the Aperture Foundation, Stanford University, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Parson’s New School, Syracuse University, and Rutgers University. Fields lives and works in New York City and is represented by Assembly (

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Alanna Fields

The Atlantic’s Inheritance: A Project About American History, Black Life, And The Resilience Of Memory

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Empire Fulton Ferry Lawn
 archive : 2021

The Atlantic’s Inheritance is an ongoing reporting project that endeavors to fill the blank pages of Black history: to piece together, through reporting and data, the crucial events and conversations that have been intentionally left out of America’s story.

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