Born in 1993, Fethi Sahraoui is an Algerian documentary photographer and a Magnum Foundation fellow, working on the social landscape. After studying foreign languages in the university of his town Mascara, he graduated in 2018 after preparing his final studies project about the contribution of Black American photographers during The Civil Rights Movement. Fethi's work was shown in different institutions like The Arab World Institute and published on numerous platforms like the New York Times among many others. He is a member of the 220Collective, a family of five photographers who are based in different parts of Algeria and who collaborate on a variety of projects together.