Nigerian photographer Kadara Enyeasi
talks to us about his project Human Encounters.
Human Encounters is a photo series that began early 2011. With this, I try to examine the human form and mind. Ideas of identity and the essence of emotions are played out by the subjects in the photographs. This is achieved using the … Continue Reading ››
is a Kenyan artists that works mostly in oil and canvas. She graduated from Kenyatta University in 1989 where she specialized in graphics and paintings and developed her work in pointillism and abstract styles. The focus of her work mainly deals with the working lives and culture of women.
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It has been a while since we last caught up with Shofela Coker. Tell us about the Coker CoOp.
is simply my brother, my sister and I, pulling our professional and personal resources together to create ideas we've dreamed of since childhood with the aim of sharing that vision with the rest of … Continue Reading ››
This photo essay by Daniella Zalcman portrays the dangerous lives of the LGBT community
These double-exposure portraits feature some of the most visible members of the LGBT rights movement—people who are defiantly public about their sexual identities and determined not to go underground. Even so, I wanted to convey that even the most … Continue Reading ››
Photo series by photographer Jason Larkin
explores spaces that preserve the past in Egypt.
This series focuses on the museums of Egypt and the different styles used in curating and presenting the past to audiences. Using space, materials and design, curators can venerate events, revere heroes, and imbue history with a sense of … Continue Reading ››