Biko Wesa (born 1992), is Kenyan artist and documentary photographer. His work focuses on issues related to identity, cultural anthropology and emerging issues. He began his photography career in 2012, and later he started pursuing personal projects. Today in Kenyan contemporary art, Biko Wesa is a name associated with Kenyan photography.
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Biki shares some of his works on his Instagram account. Travel and documentary photos that depicts important culture aspect of inner Kenya’s coastal regions.
Workshops & Portfolio Reviews:
2017 New York Times Portfolio Review
2016 World Press Photo: East Africa
2015 Tufts University & Open Society Foundation
Exhibitions & Presentations:
2017 Smallest Library in Africa: Photoville(New York)
2017 Smallest Library inAfrica: Baruch College(New York)
2017 More Than Pain:Baruch College(NewYork)
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)