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Lucie Photo Book Prize
Endia Beal’s book “Performance Review” was shortlisted for the Lucie Photo Book Prize. Read the Article Here.
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1.13.21
IMAGING USA
Internationally known photographer, Endia Beal, and artist, Juan Logan, will shed light on the granting process for photographers. This conversation will focus on the application, editing your portfolio, letters of recommendation, and budgets. They will also talk about the do’s and don’ts when applying for grants or fellowships. Grants can support an individual photographer’s professional development or […]
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1.11.21
FINANCIAL TIMES MAGAZINE
Endia Beal’s photographs explore workplace racism in corporate America. Her work has sparked conversations about how conventional ideas of “professionalism” are used against African-American women. Cover artwork by Endia Beal. Read the Article Here
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1.11.21
Vogue Italia
Endia Beal ‘s book “Performance Review” was selected as one of the “Best Photobooks of 2020” for Vogue Italia. Read the Article Here
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1.11.21
Black Girl Basel
Endia Beal will join a dynamic panel on “ Art & Activism” for Black Girl Basel. Read the Article Here
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12.3.20
TIME’s Best Portraits of 2020
Endia Beal’s portrait of Rev. William J. Barber II is selected as one of TIME’s Best Portraits of 2020. Read the Full Article Here
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12.2.20
BuzzFeed
Endia Beal’s book, Performance Review, is listed as one of BuzzFeed’sTop 20 Photo Books for 2020. Read the Article Here
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12.1.20
America The Beautiful
Artist’s Endia Beal joins a national collaboration to create the “America the Beautiful” video for President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris. Watch Here
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11.7.20

The Atlantic
Am I What You’re Looking For? Photographs at the intersection of race, gender, and work Story by Imani Perry As a graduate student at Yale, Endia Beal studied photography. But her time working in the school’s IT department provided another kind of inspiration for her career. In that office, the desire a co-worker expressed to touch […]
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11.1.20
Winston-Salem Monthly Magazine
W-S artist sheds photographic light on workplace microaggressions Story by Michael Wiseman Endia Beal tells the stories of two women she’s featured in an upcoming photography book —and really, they’re the same story. Both had to change their names to get job interviews. Both have had to navigate the same microaggressions that women of color […]
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10.1.20