Keisha Scarville Solo Show at Baxter St
See images from Keisha Scarville’s recent series examining the black female body in nightscape, Placelessness of Echoes (and kinship of shadows).
New Exhibition Highlights Influential Black British Art of the 1980s
South London Gallery group show features the 1980s work of Black artists determined to reframe British culture and identity.
Last Days to Support Book Celebrating Black Women Photographers
Contribute to the campaign to help publish Mfon: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora featuring 100 artists.
Interview: Honoring Black Motherhood in the Brazilian Slave Trade
Interview with Isabel Löfgren and Patricia Gouvêa, creators of Mae Preta, a research project and exhibition on motherhood during the Brazilian slave trade.
Photographer Interview: Hernease Davis
Interview with photographer Hernease Davis about her lifesize, B&W photograms that visualize self care and healing in wake of deep trauma.
Photographer Interview: Orianne Lopes
From the series Les Melanies Copyright Orianne LopesWhere are you from and where do you live/work? My parents emigrated from Portugal t..
ICP Aquires African-American Photography Archive
View images from 100,000 photographs by African-American artists in the ICP’s new Documentary Arts archive.
“A Family Affair” Group Show Explores Personal Identity and Relationships
“A Family Affair” exhibition presents seven artists who explore personal identity and family relationships through photography, video, performance and animation.
Weekly Roundup: South London Portraits, Hyphenated Identity, CCNY Auction and More
Copyright Eileen Perrier
Eileen Perrier’s Peckham Square Studio Project
Born in London to parents of Dominican and Ghanian descent, p..
Review of African-American Photography Documentary “Through A Lens Darkly”
On Tuesday, 9/23/14 at 7pm ET, join Qiana Mestrich, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, Terrance Jennings and Emma Raynes for a panel discussion on ..