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Human Encounters: Portrait Series

Nigerian photographer Kadara Enyeasi talks to us about his project Human Encounters. Human Encounters is a photo series that began early 2011. With this, I try to examine the human…..

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Interview with Photojournalist Glenna Gordon

Glenna Gordon is a documentary photographer that has been blogging and shooting in West Africa for a number of years. Gordon also trains photojournalists in Africa and we have been…..

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Nigerian artist Segun Aiyesun

“Art has no bounds. If you control it, it dissipates and is lost, ’cause it wants to be free, it wants to flow and change and grow and reproduce like…..

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Akinbode Akinbiyi: On Street Photography

My philosophy is that you are quickest on foot. This may sound contradictory. When you walk you move slowly through spaces and by so doing you see more. I have…..

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Things we lost in the flood

In 2012 Nigeria experienced unprecedented floods that affected more than 7.7 million people, 363 people were reported dead and more than 600,000 homes had been destroyed in over 32 states…..

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I’m 220

In this photo essay by Berta Banacloche, she chronicles the daily life of Nigerian immigrant to Trapani, Italy. Bancloche’s essay portrays the life of many immigrants that cross the sea from Libya…..

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Collage art by Alexander Ikhide

Alexander Ikhide is an art student based in Bristol, UK working on his Art Direction, Fine Arts and Painting. His collages are a mixture of different mediums influenced by his…..

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Mother of George

Trailer of the long awaited drama directed by Andrew Dosunmu, about a West African immigrant living in Brooklyn. The film tells the story of a newly-married Nigerian couple in Brooklyn…..