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From Boy to Man: Samuel Fosso’s Journey Through Self-Portraits


  Samuel Fosso 70s series, by Samuel Fosso, c. 1976/1977 Samuel Fosso 70s series, by Samuel Fosso, c.

See 40 Landscapes from The Print Swap at Black Eye Gallery


‘Ella as Dorothy’ © Cathy Ronalds (@cathyronalds), Victoria, Australia ‘Búðakirkja (Black church). Búðir, Iceland.

Electric Portraits Touch on the Nuances of the African Diaspora


Philadelphia-based photographer Shawn Theodore has had an incredibly inspiring and productive year– between a successful exhibition in Philadelphia last June titled Future Antebellum, a feature in Apple’s MacBook Pro commercial, and more.

Behind-the-Scenes with Multi-Talented Photographer Caylon Hackwith (Sponsored)


  Caylon Hackwith’s Squarespace website Caylon Hackwith doesn’t have just one job title. He’s a photographer, an art director, a photo editor, a cinematographer.

The Sorrow and Grace of Abandoned Cats, in Photos


“I remember having the clear feeling that I was taking photos of people,” Italian photographer Sabrina Boem tells me of her first encounter with stray and abandoned cats.

A Look at Emerging Photography Coming Out of Russia


© Alexey Bogolepov © Irina Zadorozhnaia Each of the ten photographers included AMPLITUDE No.1 has twenty-eight pages to share their perspective, their experience, their vision.

The Grace & Magic of Rural Living, in Photos


Electric Current © Andrew Heiser, Los Angeles, CA German Pastoral Study #1, from the series Divine Animals: The Bovidae © R.

Mysterious Photos Inspire Us to Get Lost At Sea


Your Braid, 2006 © Dan Estabrook Mesmory, 2010 © Lisa M. Robinson Ribboned Water, 2015 © Diana H. Bloomfield The pictures in At Sea, now on view at Panopticon Gallery in Boston, leave us feeling adrift.

Painful, Beautiful, Unforgettable Photos from the ACT UP Community


Jon Greenberg (1956-1993), ACT UP Alternative and Holistic Treatment Committee, 2/16/1992 Porchlight (Jay Funk & Mark Harrington), Saugerties, NY, 7/24/1993 In May of 1988, the great activist Vito Russo gave his speech ‘Why We Fight’ at an ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) demonstration.

A New Creative Collective for the Digital Age


Kinship © Benedict Adu / Sunday School The rise of the digital age brought along with it a newer appreciation for photography, storytelling and other creative endeavors.

A New Creative Collective for the Digital Age


Kinship The rise of the digital age brought along with it a newer appreciation for photography, storytelling and other creative endeavors.

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘Terrorist Rehab’ in Saudi Arabia


A classroom for members of the jail is lined with desks. Even though the desks are new, the participants have scratched their names, dates, hearts, and slogans into the wood.

The ‘Illegal’ Project Sheds Light on the LGBT Community of Nigeria


The new generations of African creatives have been able to offer a more authentic, accurate and multifaceted version of Africans who, despite their strong ties to their history and cultures, remain connected and in conversation with the rest of the globalized world.

The ‘Illegal’ Project Sheds Light on the LGBT Community of Nigeria


The new generations of African creatives have been able to offer a more authentic, accurate and multifaceted version of Africans who, despite their strong ties to their history and cultures, remain connected and in conversation with the rest of the globalized world.

These ‘State-Approved’ Photos from North Korea Reveal a Complex Truth


In a diorama at the Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities, U.S. soldiers are depicted driving a nail into a Korean woman’s head.

These ‘State-Approved’ Photos from North Korea Reveal a Complex Truth


In a diorama at the Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities, U.S. soldiers are depicted driving a nail into a Korean woman’s head.

A Poetic Reminder of What Korea Used to Be Like


Described by ICP curator Christopher Phillips as “the long-lost Korean cousin of Magnum photographers such as Henri-Cartier Bresson” is the lesser known Han Youngsoo.

A Poetic Reminder of What Korea Used to Be Like


Described by ICP curator Christopher Phillips as “the long-lost Korean cousin of Magnum photographers such as Henri-Cartier Bresson” is the lesser known Han Youngsoo.

A Photographer and Her Muse Re-Stage History’s Iconic Photos


A tribute to Diane Arbus, A Young Man in Curlers at Home on West 20th Street, N.Y.C., 1966 In the beginning, Looking for Masters in Ricardo’s Golden Shoes was just a game played by a pair of old friends, the French artist Catherine Balet and the costume designer Ricardo Martinez-Paz, when they decided to replicate a famous portrait of Pablo Picasso by Robert Doisneau.

Changing the Way the World Sees Africa, in Photos


HUSSEIN (2017) Montreal-based photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga, who was born and raised in Gabon, recently asked an auditorium of people at the University of Toronto, “Can you believe that in 2017, some people still think Africa’s a country?


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