Darryl Richardson (born 1987, Chicago, IL) is a lens-based visual artist specializing in documentary portraiture and experimental filmmaking. His work is deeply rooted in exploring notions of race, identity, and belonging, particularly within the context of the Black diaspora. Through his art, Darryl aims to challenge conventional notions of what it means to be Black, while offering a deeply personal and powerful perspective on the complexities of Black identity and belonging. His use of light and shadow, color and texture, invites viewers to see the world through a different lens.
Darryl currently lives and works between New York and Mexico City.
- 2022 'JUS SOLI' - FÁBRICA, Mexico City
- Air BnB
- Beats By Dre
- Wall Street Journal
- Jordan Brand
- ON Running
- Numero Magazine
- Popeye Magazine
- Museum of Modern Art Library // New York, NY