South London Gallery group show features the 1980s work of Black artists determined to reframe British culture and identity.
My second guest post for the Baxter St blog on how The Black Panther Party used photography to further their political platform for Black power.
Read the first of my guest posts for the Baxter St/Camera Club of New York blog, for which I’ll be writing from January through March 2017.
Interview with Isabel Löfgren and Patricia Gouvêa, creators of Mae Preta, a research project and exhibition on motherhood during the Brazilian slave trade.
Info about “Hard To Place”, a photobook self published by Qiana Mestrich and solo show curated by Janna Dyk at Booklyn Art Space opening February 2016.
Copyright Farzana Hossen
Announcing Women as Witness, a group exhibition co-curated by Qiana Mestrich and Zoraida Lopez, which unveils ..
“A Family Affair” exhibition presents seven artists who explore personal identity and family relationships through photography, video, performance and animation.
Two images from Qiana Mestrich’s latest photo series, Inherited Patterns (2014),
on view now through February 22, 2015 at the NYPL’s Mid-..
A weekly roundup featuring links to street photography in Latin America, British/Nigerian photographer Karl Ohiri, a Caribbean photo survey in Canada and more.
Untitled #22 from the series tracing(s) belonging(s), 2011.
Copyright Sonia Louise Davis
For a while now I’ve been an admirer of photo..