by Alexa Mangrum in New Photography on Wednesday 5 January 2011

For Delphine Diallo, photography is a revolution and a renegade reality. Launching a new collection entitled Great Visions, Diallo attacks the conflicting visions of twentieth century Paris in the late 1970s, confronting the world of her childhood crucial to her formation as both a woman and an artist.

Raw and reflective of the ethos portrayed throughout her work, the collection embodies Diallo herself, penetrating through the lens into the inner-workings of a complex and inspirational artist.