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The Sandmen of Ajegunle

Photographer Seyi Akinbola captures the daily life of labor in Nigeria. His project features the sandmen of Ajegunle. [g1_quote author_name="Seyi Akinbola" author_image="https://mir-s3-cdn-cf.behance.net/user/138/8b8d0711366137.55a9e63516873.jpg" author_description="Photographer" author_description_format="%link%" align="center" size="m" style="simple" template="02"] Documentary work showcasing the culture and lifestyle of the Nigerian people. the location is the ajegunle area of ikorodu, Lagos state, Nigeria.…
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Portraits by Zohra Opoku

Bio Zohra Opoku  is an Accra-based versatile artist whose work employs media including installations, photography and video to explore the sophistication of textile cultures in disparate spaces targeting fashion’s political and psychological role and socio-cultural dynamics in relation to African history and individualistic or societal identities. This experience enroots her…
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Chimurenga’s Chronic: Reform and Revolution: Destruction of the University

Submitted to us by Chimurenga In the fall of 2015, universities across South Africa were engulfed by fires ignited by students’ discontent with the racial discrimination and colonialism that still defines the country's institutes of higher education. The protests broadcast on televisions around the world were neither without precedent nor…
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Ghana’s Drone Scrap Program 2054

Hello Futurist, you will be pleased to discover  the photographic essay “The Drone Scrap Program”. In response to the current socio-political climate in Ghana, The Drone Scrap Programme is a “futurist manifestation of Ghana’s socio-economic and socio-political future”.  So let us set our clocks forward to 2054…   Current Year:…
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