Nina Franco is an Afro-Brazilian visual artist and activist based in London creating photography and installation to reflect on the intersectionality of gender, migration and Black identity. Alongside her art practice, Nina has been actively organising with community projects and grassroots groups for over a decade.


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Listen to the latest episode of TATE MUSEUM podcast ‘The Art of Healing’ in conversation with Nina Franco, Kelechi Okafor, Dawn Estefan, Peju Oshin, Aïcha Mehrez and Alice Insley.

Circulation(s) is a festival in Paris dedicated to emerging photography in Europe. The 11th edition will take place from March 6 to May 2, 2021, with several exhibitions including ‘Sobre(viver)’.


Personal + Commercial Photoshoot

Commissioned Artworks + Books

Public Speaking + Workshops


‘Healing Process’ is a minimalist and intimate series of words representing the four scientific stages of a healing wound from a perspective of collective trauma. The project was born after Nina’s reflection on the collective pain we are going through together.

Stage one is stopping the bleeding and compressing the wound, and as so many of us move through stage one together Nina reached out to folks on social media to find which word helped them to get through 2020. From the answers, she created the words used in this series.

Film by Sheri Carr


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