Fethi Sahraoui

b. 1993, Hassi R’Mel, Algeria; lives in Algiers


Fethi Sahraoui is an Algerian photographer, working on the social landscape. His work sheds light on collective social and cultural experiences in Algeria, in particular focusing on inclusion and exclusion in social space. Studying foreign languages at the University of Mustapha Stambouli in Mascara (2018), he produced a final project focusing on the contributions of Black American photographers during the Civil Rights Movement in the US, and graduated to become a full-time photographer. 


Sahraoui’s work has been shown at The Arab World Institute and published by the New York Times among others. He is a Magnum Foundation fellow, and a participant in the last edition of The Joop Swart Masterclass. Sahraoui is also a member of the 220Collective, a family of five photographers, based in different parts of Algeria, who collaborate on a variety of projects together.