Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel


Isaac Diggs (right) is a photographer and educator. His work is rooted in a committed exploration of the everyday. It has been exhibited in the United States and Japan, and is part of the collections of the New York Public Library and the Walker Art Center, among others. He has received support from the Asian Cultural Council, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and The Puffin Foundation. He has taught at the School of Visual Arts since 2000.

Edward Hillel (left) is a photographer and multidisciplinary artist. He has received the German Critics Visual Arts Prize, The Golden Sheaf Film Award, the Prix Alain de Rothschild, and the Spiro Institute Arts Award. His work can be found in public collections all over the world, including the Belgian Museum of Photography, the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and the National Gallery of Prague. His photographs have appeared in publications such as Le Monde, Esquire, Fortune, Newsweek, and ParisMatch. He currently acts as Founder & Director of the Harlem Biennale.