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Aperture, Announcing the Winners of the 2023 Creator Labs Fund," 2023

Photo Vogue, "Aperture and Google announce the artist from the 2023 Creator Labs Photo Fund," 2023

Hyperallergic, "San Francisco Acquire Works by 30 Bay Area Artists, " 2022

PopUp Magazine and 2021 Google Year in Search, “Strangers No More,” in select publications, NY Times (NY), NY Times (LA edition), Washington Post, SF Chronicle,  

Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Detroit Free Press, Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, Arizona Republic, Atlanta Journal Constitution, 2021


Artsy, “16 Rising Artists of the Asia Diaspora in the United States,” 2021


Mother Jones, “The Cycle of Punitive Justice Starts in Schools,” 2020


The Nation, “In California’s Agricultural Heartland, a Mayor IS Running on Compassion,” 2020


The Magnum Foundation, “In California’s Agricultural Heartland, a Mayor IS Running on Compassion,” 2020


Mother Jones, “Unsheltered in Place,” 2020


Mother Jones, “Everyone Is Tired of Always Staying Silent”: inside a Workers Rebellion in Central Valley,” 2020


The New York Times, “In Stockton, a Powerful Program to Prevent Violence,” 2020


Rolling Stone Japan, “People Supporting the American Fruit and Vegetable Market,” 2020

Rolling Stone, “The Faces Behind the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables America Demands,” 2020

The New York Times, “Why the People Harvesting Californians’ Food Can’t Afford It,” 2020


The Atlantic, Essential Workers Are Being Treated as Expendable,”2020


UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Jim Marshall Fellow, Wesaam Al-Badry,” 2020


The New York Times, “On College Campuses, Social Media Provides Private Space for Thousands,” 2019


The New York Times, “Would You Open Your Home to An Ex-Prisoner?” 2019


Artskop, “Contemporary Muslim Fashion” Frankfurt, Germany,” 2019


The New York Times, "No One’s Family Is Perfect but Mine Is Perfect for Me," 2019


California Magazine, "On the Dignity in Suffering," 2019


Vogue Germany, “Normalized instead of politicized: The Contemporary Muslim Exhibition,” 2019


Art Unlimited, Turkey, "Wesaam Al-Badry," 2019


DUMMY Magazine No. 61, Germany, "Editorial: Al-Kouture," 2018


Museum of Fine Arts San Francisco de Young Magazine, "Uncovered: From Fashion to Discourse," 2018


Artspace, "The Best Artworks at Untitled Art Miami Beach," 2018


PHAIDON, "Artspace's pick of Untitled Art, Miami," 2018


Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany, "Al-Kouture," 2018


NPR, "A Yemini - American Wanted to Bring His Family Home, Then Came the Travel Ban," 2018


Forbes, “Mission Possible: Max Hollein on The Museum of Tomorrow," 2018


The Art Newspaper, “The Body Politic in the Age of Trump,” 2018


Vogue Arabia, “The First Muslim Fashion is Coming to San Francisco," 2018


Exposure Magazine, “Why You, A Photographer, Should Go To AIPAD," 2018


White Hot Magazine, “25 Contemporary Pic(k)s @ The Photography Show,” 2018


San Francisco Chronicle, “A Bit of Designer Silk as a Symbol of Clashing Cultures,” 2018


Zoetrope: All Story, “Targeting for a Safer America,” 2017


New York Times Lens Blog, “Diversity in Photojournalism: ‘Talk is Cheap,'" 2017


San Francisco Chronicle, “Photographer Captures Mothers Grieving Sons Lost to Gun Violence,” 2017


The Trace, “They Lost Their Sons to Guns. These Are the Mementos They Can’t Bear to Throw Away,” 2017


California Sunday Magazine, “After the Shooting: A Year in the Life of Gwen Woods,” 2017


LensCulture Editor’s Pick, “Targeting for a Safer America,” 2017


Lenscratch, “Wesaam Al-Badry: Thunderhawk,” 2017


Al-Jazeera America, “On Pine Ridge Reservation Sioux Take a Stand Against Alcoholism,” 2014


Lincoln Journal Star, “Photographer Tries to Capture Spirit of Humanity Amid Horrors of War,” 2012


The Huffington Post, “Women’s Rights as Black and White: American Muslims in the Arts,” 2012


KCUR: Central Standard Podcast, “The Iraqi Refugee Portrait Project,” 2012





Current: LagosPhoto 2023, Ground State-Fellowship Within THE Uncanny





Fine Art Gallery, SFSU, Essential, August 12 - September 4, 2023


Jenkins Johnson Gallery, MSP,  The Other Language, September 17 - October 29, 2022

Bernstein Gallery, Princeton University, Essential Work, on view March 14 - May 25, 2022

Cantor Art Center, Stanford University, Paper Chase: Ten Years of Collecting Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Cantor, 2021-2022

Minnesota Street Projects, San Francisco, California: Monument, 2021


Marin MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art: Justice, 2021Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Marianna, 2020


Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Migrant Workers, 2020


Cooper Hewitt, Contemporary Muslim Fashions Virtual Tour, 2020


Museum Angewandte Kunst, Germany, Contemporary Muslim Fashion, April 2019


International Center of Photography (ICP), For Freedoms: Where Do We Go from Here (Group), NYC, 2019


UNTITLED, ART, San Francisco, 2019


UNTITLED, ART, Miami Beach, 2018


For Freedoms Billboards, " We Didn't Want War," Iowa | Ohio, 2018


EXPO, Chicago, 2018


DeYoung Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Contemporary Muslim Fashion, 2018


Edition One Gallery, A Contemporary Reference of the Human Condition, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2018


Critical Mass Photolucida, Cortona on the move, Italy, 2018


Critical Mass, PhotoLucida, Festival De LA Luz, Argentina, 2018


AIPAD, The Photography Show Presented by AIPAD, New York, NY, 2018


Root Division, Let Me Be a Witness, San Francisco, CA, 2018


SFAI Fort Mason, Fort Mason Opening Spectacle, 2018


Diego Rivera Gallery, Keep the Family Close, SFAI, 2018


Jenkins Johnson Gallery, There is No Alas Where I Live, San Francisco, CA, 2017


Berkeley Art Center, Resistors: 50 Years of Social Movements in Photography, Berkeley, CA, 2017


Incline Gallery, Reflections, San Francisco, CA. 2017 


Hyde Park Connect Gallery, Post 11/9, Chicago, IL, 2017


Bass & Reiner Gallery, The Impracticals, San Francisco, CA, 2017


SF Cameraworks, Our Sons, San Francisco, CA, 2017


SFMOMA, Study Hall: A Day in the Races, San Francisco, CA, 2017


Walter & McBean Galleries Superpowers, San Francisco, CA, 2017


SOMArts, A Promise Not to Forget, San Francisco, CA, 2017

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