Nadia Huggins, “Fighting the Currents, No.8,” 2015. Courtesy of the artist.

What the Land and Sea Tell Us:  Caribbean Women Photographers 
Featuring Khadija Benn, Nadia Huggins, and Keisha Scarville

Addis Foto Fest
Addis Ababa, Ethioopia
December 6 — 10, 2018

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Kwesi Abbensetts, “#4” 2015, from the series, “The Masking: Super Powers.” Courtesy of the artist.




Race, Myth, Art & Justice

Caribbean Cultural Center
African Diaspora Institute

New York City, New York
November 15, 2018 — June 16, 2019

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Karran Sahadeo, “Untitled (blue 2)” 2014. Courtesy of the artist.







Dreaming Guyana
Photographs by Khadjia Benn, Dominique Hunter, Michael Lam, and Karran Sahadeo

Queens Central Library
Jamaica, Queens
September 4 — October 6, 2018

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Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters of India

Photographs by Sarah Khan

Kimmel Window Galleries
New York University
June 7 — September 7, 2018

Press: NYU Arts Digest, The Teal  & NYU News 

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Liminal Space

Caribbean Cultural Center
African Diaspora Institute

New York City, New York
June 17 — November 30, 2017

Press: Google Arts & CultureVICE CreatorsContemporary &, ArtNet, The Guyana ChroniclePanamericanWorld


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Un | Fixed Homeland

Aljira, a Center for
ontemporary Art
Newark, New Jersey
July 17 — September 23, 2016

Press: The Village Voice, Hyperallgeric, Voices of NY, and NY Daily News

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Roshini Kempadoo, from the “Ghosting” series. Courtesy of the artist.

The World Through Guyana’s Female Photographers

Addis Foto Fest
Guest Curator, The Americas
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
December 1 — 7, 2014