Baxter St Guest Blog Post: Photography and The Black Panther Party
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.
Rest in Power: Howard Bingham
In this wake of his death, see photographer Howard Bingham’s most famous images of boxing great and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali.
5 Gordon Parks Interviews to Watch/Read On His Birthday
Watch and read these five Gordon Parks interviews on the occasion of his 104th birthday.
Watch Trailer for Documentary About Mexico’s Weegee, Enrique Metinides
Watch trailer for “The Man Who Saw Too Much”, a documentary film on the life and work of Mexico’s famed crime photographer, Enrique Metinides.
ICP Aquires African-American Photography Archive
View images from 100,000 photographs by African-American artists in the ICP’s new Documentary Arts archive.
Instagram Takeover This Week for @WomenInPhoto
“Winter Storm” from the series Trust Your Struggle, 2010.
Copyright Qiana Mestrich.
In conjunction with the upcoming Fast Forward: Wom..
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 ..
Weekly Roundup: The Un-Selfie, Speaking in Tongues, Feminine View of Middle East and More
Nour, Chekka Lebanon 2013
Copyright Rania Matar
The Middle East Revealed: A Female Perspective
Howard Greenberg Gallery
Weekly Roundup: Photography and Colonialism in Southeast Asia, The Top 50 Photography Sites and More
Picturing Power: Wherein one surreptitiously performs reconnaissance
to collect views and freeze points of view to be reflective of one’s..