Fethi Sahraoui / Collective220

Born in 1993, Fethi Sahraoui is an Algerian, self-taught documentary photographer, working locally and looking at the social landscape since completing his studies in foreign languages at University in Mascara, his hometown. He graduated last year with a final thesis based on the contribution of African American photographers during the Civil Rights Movement.

Fethi’s work was shown in different institutions like the Arab World Institute in Paris, and published on different platforms like The New York Times. He is a member of the Collective220, a family of five photographers who are based in different parts of Algeria and collaborate on a variety of projects together.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Fethi Sahraoui / Collective220

The Cult of Souls

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2019

The Cult of Souls is an ongoing long-term documentary photography project about rural celebrations, and the range of activities offered to visitors. The work is a visual narration of the events that are simultaneously mundane and extraordinary.

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