Aicha Fall ( b. 1991, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire ) Is an Ivorian and French self taught photographer and visual artists. Her practice focuses on exploring stories around femininity, beauty, gender, representation and celebration of West African cultures and their diasporas.

Fall is concerned with photography narrative power and seeks to inspire her audiences through a demonstration of the medium ability to affect change in the world.
As both an African woman and a graduate in African studies Fall embraces the responsibility of representing her continent, heritage and community. 

Her work has been published in The Washington Post, Vogue italia, Elle Côte d’Ivoire, RFI, Der Greif  and British Journal  of Photography.


Visa d’Or for digital story, « Africa’s rising cities » Visa pour l’image  2022

Winner 1854 Photography Fast track VOL.2 2021

Shortlisted prix women photograph 2020

Finalist  Bridgemand Images grant , « The Art of diversity»  2019


“Imagining Blackness”, curated by Aindrea Emelife, Unit London, 2021

2021  Doyle Wham x 14 Cavendish, Cavendish Square, London 

2021 Liliwomen festival, Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire

2020 Solo exhibition at Dozo concept store, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire 

2019 The Art of diversity, Studio Yinka Shonibare LONDON

2019 International women’s week at Blaise Pascal  French high school, Abidjan Côte D’Ivoire 

 2018 Keywest fotofest , Key west FLORIDA

2018 , Expo collective at la Terasse Paris, FRANCE 

Aicha is based between Côte d’Ivoire and France and is available for assignment.

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