Justin French is a photographic artist who lives and works in London and New York.
He has collaborated with publications such as American Vogue, I-D, Dazed, Interview Magazine, King Kong Garçon, Sedition Magazine, and Suited Magazine.
In 2017, Justin participated in his first fine art exhibition as a part of Red Hook Labs inaugural 'Labs New Artists'.
Black Portraiture[s] IV: The Colour of Silence, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. 2018.
Diversify Photo: A New Gaze. PDN PhotoPlus Expo, New York, NY October 2018.
D'Avila | Topophilia, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY. 2018.
Labs New Artists - Red Hook Labs, Brooklyn, USA July 2017.
The Unwilling Martyrs, Le Chapeau Rose and Skin Series - Galerie Number 8. Brussels, Belgium 2016.
Black Mary: A Film by Kahlil Joseph, Commissioned by The Tate Modern. London, GB. 2017.
Shadow Play: A Film by Kahlil Joseph, Commissioned by The New Museum. New York, NY 2017.
Black Skin, Shibori Masks (w/ Najee Wilson) 2017.
The Unwilling Martyrs (w/ Ib Kamara) 2016.
them, Debut Cover Issue, Janelle Monáe: Living Out Loud, Online. April 2019.
I-D, The Homegrown Issue, no. 355, Print & Online. Spring 2019.
Interview Magazine, March 2019, Issue 524. Print. March 2019.
Interview Magazine, Fall 2018, Issue 522. Print. November 2018.
King Kong Garçon, Issue 1. Print. November 2018
Sedition Magazine, Issue 03. Print. October 2018.
Suited Magazine, Issue No. 7. Print & Online. September 2018.
Something We Africans Got #5. Print. September 2018.
Vogue Magazine (US), Print. September 2018.
Musée Magazine, Interview, April 2018.
Feature Shoot, Online. Jan 2018.
The British Journal of Photography, Online. Dec 2017.
Dazed, Online. July 2017.
Unlabelled Magazine, Online. Oct 2017.
I-D, Online.July 2017.
Vogue Italia, Online. July 2017.
Unrated, Online. January 2017.
GUP Magazine, Online. December 2016.
I-D France, Online. November 2016.
I-D, Online. November 2016.
The Creators Project, Online. November 2016.
AfroPunk, Online. November 2016.
Dazed, Online & Print. Winter 2017
Black Enterprise, September 2016. Online.
OkayAfrica, May 2016. Online.