Tarrah Krajnak was born in Lima, Peru in 1979. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Pitzer College in Claremont, CA where she is concurrently the Director of the Monroe Center for Social Inquiry on Racial Justice. Her work "El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan" was awarded the 2020 Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize by the Center for Documentary Studies. She is a 2020 Lightwork AIR recipient. Past residencies include Bemis and Center for Photography Woodstock. Krajnak has exhibited nationally and internationally at As-Is Los Angeles, Honor Fraser Gallery, Houston Center for Photography, Filter Photo Chicago, SUR Biennial Los Angeles, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Center for Photography Woodstock, SF Camerawork, Philadelphia Photographic Arts Center, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Photo Madrid, Photo London, Belfast Photography Festival, and Unseen Amsterdam. Her work has been published in the LA Review of Books, Nueva Luz, and Strange Fire Collective among others. She received grants from the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Arizona Commission on the Arts, and from the Harpo Foundation. Her work has been reviewed in Glasstire, Artforum, and Contemporary Review Los Angeles. A monograph of “El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan” will be published with DAIS books in early 2021. She will also release a project with TBW books in late 2021 as part of the annual series.