Ussi'n is a queer photographer based in Paris.
Through his work he documents the queer community within the African diaspora. Aware that in many African countries homosexuality is considered illegal and unnatural, Ussi'n's work depicts a hidden and often misunderstood facet of sexuality in African communities.

His ongoing photo project "If We Were Allowed," seeks to capture what in the minds of the majority is considered abnormal, "normal". Using photography as a medium, Ussi'n invites himself into the intimacy of same-sex couples, in order to portray love in a way that society has never exposed it, while celebrating queer culture in the African diaspora.



Group shows:

CONNECTION DIGITAL EUROPE "1854 Meet the Unsigned" - LE BOOK, April 2021

IDENTITY Virtual Exhibition - The Holy Art Gallery, January - February, 2021


Group shows:

Black Art Matters - Maag Halle, Zurich, July - August, 2020

photoSCHWEIZ - Hall 622 & Stage One, Zurich, January, 2020


Group shows:

Prix Picto de la Mode - Palais Galliera, Paris, October, 2017

Bodies of the Earth - Centre of African Studies, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, October, 2017 - March, 2018

Diaspora Speaking 2nd Edition - Artgang Montreal, Montreal CA, September, 2017

Solo shows:

Moadiga x Onze Home - Paris, April, 2017


Group shows:

Moadiga x Afro Dinner - Paris, November, 2016

Solo shows:

AFRICAN ART FAIR 2016 - Gallerie Joseph Turenne, Paris, October, 2016.