Muhammad Salah
Documentary Photographer
+249 (0)919059800
Khartoum, Sudan

Berlin, Germany

Muhammad Salah (b.1993) is a Sudanese photographer and a visual storyteller based between Berlin and Khartoum, Sudan. His work explores identity, sexuality, memory, freedom, distance, healing, and the spaces in between. Muhammad uses a variety of different mediums such as sound, text, and archival material to express himself.

Group Exhibition
Mugran Photo Week Group Exhibition at Youth Palace, (2015).
Modern Times Group Exhibition at Sudan National Museum, (2016).
International Center of Photography's Museum, ADPP Group Exhibition, New York, (2017).
- How To Tell The Rebels Have Won Group Exhibition, Beit Beirut AFAC ADDP, (2017).
- Sudanese Triangle Exhibition, Hamburg Photography Triennale, (2018).
Addis Foto Festival Fifth Edition, Addis Ababa, (2018).

Grants & Workshops

Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Photo (2020).
The Photographers' Masterclass, Goethe Institut South Africa (2016 - 2018).
Arab Documentary Photography Program Grantee (2015 - 2016).
ifa Intern, Berlin Art Institute, CCP (2018).

The Washington Post
- The Guardian

Muhammad Salah

Muhammad Salah (b.1993) is a Sudanese photographer and a visual storyteller based in Khartoum, Sudan. His work explores identity, emotions, and belonging.
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