Gabriella N. Báez

Visual Artist, Documentary Storyteller, and Diarist
     The Everyday Projects 2021 Grant Winners & Finalists at Photoville! by Gabriella N. Báez 
Location: between New Haven, CT & San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nationality: Puerto Rican
Biography: Based between New Haven, CT & San Juan, Puerto Rico Gabriella (they/them) is a queer visual artist, documentary storyteller, and diarist based between New Haven, CT and San Juan, Puerto Rico. They focus on documenting intimate subjects:... MORE
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The Everyday Projects 2021 Grant Winners & Finalists at Photoville!
gabriella n. báez
May 19, 2022
Location: New York City
Gabriella Báez, Grasielle Barbaresco, Salih Basheer, Rehab Eldalil, Amina Kadous, DeLovie Kwagala, Fawaz Oyedeji, Tania Barrientos Radilla, Zohreh Sabaghnejad, Fethi Sahraoui, Farshad Usyan, Andrés Yépez

At the core of The Everyday Projects’ mission is a belief in supporting photojournalists from diverse backgrounds as they develop their craft. In 2021, in a new effort to help provide this vital support, The Everyday Projects awarded grants to two photographers to work on long-term projects in their own communities. In addition to receiving $6,000 each, the two grantees are receiving one year of mentorship as they continue to work on their projects. Many thanks to our program mentors — Mallory Benedict, Photo Editor at National Geographic, and Jehan Jillani, Visuals Editor at The Atlantic.We received applications from more than 450 photographers from all over the world. We were encouraged by their dedication to projects that uplift and highlight their communities. The 2021 winners were Tania Barrientos Radilla (Mexico) and Salih Basheer (Sudan), whose projects were deeply inspiring, and whose intentions echoed The Everyday Projects’ values. Zohreh Sabaghnejad (Iran) won Honorable Mention. There were nine other finalists: Gabriella Báez (Puerto Rico), Grasielle Barbaresco (Brazil), Rehab Eldalil (Egypt), Amina Kadous (Egypt), DeLovie Kwagala (South Africa), Fawaz Oyedeji (Nigeria), Fethi Sahraoui (Algeria), Farshad Usyan (Afghanistan), and Andrés Yépez (Ecuador). We look forward to continuing the grant program in 2022.


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