Saint Piñero (b.1995, Staten Island, NY) is a queer, Afro-indigenous photographer and curator based in South Brooklyn. Their work is a meditation on memory, the queer archive, and transience. They are the co-founder of Film Diary NYC, a film festival for personal documentary and home movies. Saint has been an artist-in-residence at Aquarium Gallery in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Visual Studies Workshop’s Project Space Residency in Rochester, NY, and at TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image in Philadelphia, PA. Their work has been featured in the New York Times, Artsy, FADER, My Comrade, and PIX. They curate an ongoing series of group photo shows at Millennium Film Workshop, where they are a member of the programming board.

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