Delphine Fawundu-Buford is best known for her critically acclaimed photograph Patiently Waiting which graced the cover of the book Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers and was used to promote the accompanying exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Patiently Waiting is one of the more startling works in “Committed to the Image,” a survey that’s rather tame by the standards of contemporary art.
New York Magazine, Feb. 26, 2001
In 2010, she received a grant to produce a mini-documentary and solo photography exhibition titled, “Tivoli: A Place We Call Home: A Community Faces Gentrification,” at the Brooklyn Historical Society. She also produced a media campaign and solo traveling exhibition for the Gay Men’s Health Crisis titled: “Touched: Black & Latina Women Living with HIV.”