Muhammad Salah


Muhammad Salah is a Sudanese artist and researcher working across various mediums, including photography, sound art, and installations. Based in both Berlin and Khartoum, Salah's practice interrogates the intersections of politics, culture, identity, philosophy, theology and perception. 


Bamako Encounters – African Biennale of Photography Maa ka Maaya ka ca a yere kono — On Multiplicity, Difference, Becoming, and Heritage. (2022).

THAWRA ! ثورة© REVOLUTION! SUDAN, THE HISTORY OF AN UPRISING, Les Rencontres d’Arles, (2021). 
- Sudanese Triangle Exhibition, Hamburg Photography Triennale, (2018).

Addis Foto Festival Fifth Edition, Addis Ababa, (2018).- International Center of Photography's Museum, ADPP Group Exhibition, New York, (2017).
How To Tell The Rebels Have Won Group Exhibition, Beit Beirut AFAC ADDP, (2017).
Modern Times Group Exhibition at The National Museum of Sudan, (2016).- Mugran Photo Week Group Exhibition at Youth Palace, (2015).

Grants & Workshops & Residencies

Curatorial Resident, SAVVY Contemporary, (2020 - 2021).

 Artist in residence, Berlin Center for Arts and Urbanstics, (2019 - 2020).

Plat(t)form 2022 | Fotomuseum Winterthur, (2022).

Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Photo (2020).

The Photographers' Masterclass, Goethe Institut South Africa (2016 - 2018).
Arab Documentary Photography Program Grantee (2015 - 2016).
ifa Intern, Berlin Art Institute, CCP (2018).


- Granta.

- Financial Times.

The Washington Post

- British Journal of Photography.

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