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Biko Wesa (1992) is an artist and documentary photographer from Kilifi, Kenya. His work focuses on issues related to identity, cultural anthropology, and emerging issues in his country and abroad. He started his career in photography in 2012 and later started pursuing personal projects.

WORKSHOPS & PORTFOLIO REVIEWS:

2017  New York Times Portfolio Review

2016  World Press Photo: East Africa

2015  Tufts University & Open Society Foundation

2015  Canon

EXHIBITIONS & PRESENTATIONS:

2017 Smallest Library in Africa: Photoville(New York)

2017  Smallest Library in Africa: Baruch College(New York)

2017  More Than Pain: Baruch College(New York)

2016  More Than Pain: Museum of Drug Policy(New York)

2016  Photos 2014-2016: Musafir

2015  World Vision International – Child Health Care in Bamba, Kilifi: African Union HQ(Addis Ababa)

BOOKS:

2016  Christina Angell Anderson: ‘After 5: A Photographic Journey in Kenya’

FACILITATED WORKSHOPS:

2017  The Cottage School( Kenya)

PRESS:

2017  CNN

2017  L’oeil De La Photographie

2017  The Culture Trip

2017  Witness: World Press Photo

2016  Up Magazine

2013  Afrobougee

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