Tarrah Krajnak is an artist and educator working across photography, performance, and poetry. She was born in Lima, Peru in 1979, and is currently based in Eugene, Oregon. She is represented by Thomas Zander Galerie, Cologne/Paris. Krajnak was recently awarded the Jury Prize of the Louis Roederer Discovery Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles, The Lewis Baltz Research Fund Award (Le Bal, Paris), and the Hariban Grand Prize (Benrido, Kyoto, Japan). In 2020 she won the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University for her first book El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan (DAIS 2021) which was named to MoMA’s list of the top ten photo books of the year and shortlisted for Aperture's First Book Award. She has since published Master Rituals II: Weston's Nudes (TBW 2022) and RePose (FW Books 2023). This year, Krajnak's work is on view in the exhibitions Corps á Corps at Centre Pompidou, Paris, Chronorama Redux at Palazzo Grassi in Venice, Image/Counterimage at Museum Ludwig in Cologne, and You Belong Here: People, Place, & Purpose in Latinx Photography (Aperture's traveling exhibition), and at Penumbra Foundation, New York, NY. Krajnak's work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, the Pinault Collection, Paris, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Foundation A Stichting, Brussels, and the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles. Krajnak's first European solo exhibition Shadowings is currently open at the Huis Marseille, Museum of Photography in Amsterdam through March 2024.