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Dondre T. Stuetley is a New York-based artist and photographer. He received his BA in photography from Pace University and is currently a photo editor at WSJ. Magazine. His work examines the reclaiming of black identity and space within a societal oppressive state. Through portraiture, he questions the roles of patriarchy, racism, homophobia, and gender discrimination on the dismantling of black subjectivity.

Art for Sale

J. Grant, Brooklyn, 2020
45 x 45 in 

a man wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone

Chanel & Chauncey, Brooklyn, 2018
26 x 32.5 in

a man wearing a hat