Kyle Weeks is a Namibian photographer whose work is characterised by his ability to overturn aesthetic stereotypes. By challenging the traditional relationship between subjects and documentary image-makers, Weeks’ method touches on the pervasive nature of colonial dynamics. Weeks was the winner of the 2016 Magnum Photography Award and had work included in the 2017 I.P.F. Photo Prize exhibition in London. In 2014, he was a nominee for the Mack First Book Award. Weeks’ work has also appeared in exhibitions at MoCADA in NYC, and has been shown at a number of photography fairs, including Unseen Amsterdam, Photo London and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair. In addition to exhibitions and fairs, Weeks’ photographs have been featured by a selection of publications, including Wall Street Journal Magazine, Le Monde, Time Magazine, The New York Times, iD and Dazed and Confused. He now lives in Amsterdam.