A Sequence for Squeezing

Naima Green

Image by Rowan Renee.

Naima Green is an artist, photographer, and educator from New York. Her work is an invitation to participate, witness, and reckon with ways of being that are safe, utopic, and intimate.

Green’s work has been featured in exhibitions at Baxter Street Camera Club, Fotografiska NY, Smart Museum of Art, MASS MoCA, ICP, Houston Center for Photography, Bronx Museum, BRIC, Gracie Mansion Conservancy, Studio Museum in Harlem, and Arsenal Gallery. Her works are in the collections of Barnard College Library, Decker Library at MICA, Fleet Library at RISD, ICP Library, MoMA Library, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, National Gallery of Art, Olin Library, Smart Museum of Art, Teachers College, Columbia University. She is the Harnish Visiting Artist and Lecturer in Photography at Smith College.

Naima is the creator of Pur┬Ěsuit and its emergent archive, Skin Contact.