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 ››
Photo series by Malte Wandel through his nine month stay in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo.
In the series “PLEASE DON´T SMILE”, Malte Wandel successfully captures moments of the present in West African towns, from which he highlights certain protagonists and tells their stories. Discreetly, he approaches passers-by, places eccentric individuals and representatives of unknown subcultures … Continue Reading ››
(b. Ndana, Tanzania) immersed himself into art early in High School quitting Secondary school in order to pursue his work. He begun his career in 1981 until his death in 2011. Sayuki was heavily influenced by the Tinga Tinga
movement in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania specifically by the Mashetani style created by … Continue Reading ››
In this photo essay by Joe Penney, he examines the implications of Uranium rich Niger. The photo essay depicts the daily lives of its citizens who are one of the poorest citizens in the world while they remain the biggest uranium producers in the world.
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