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Touba, Senegal: Timelapse Video

Timelapse video of Touba, Senegal by Senegalese photographer Moundor SENE. This project features the Grand Magal de Toube, a religious monument at the heart of the city.  

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ONOMOllywood: Recreating Hollywood

In case you missed it. One of our favorite projects from last year. ONOMOllywood is a collaborative project between Omar Victor Diop and Antoine Tempé. The project was commisioned by…..

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Beautiful Female Portraits by Tamara Natalie Madden

A little inspiration, artwork by Jamaican artist Tamara Natalie Madden Artist Statement Tamara has always felt a connection to ‘everyday folk’, the working class, the unseen and unheard, the true warriors of…..

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Francis Mpuya: Conglolese Contempary Artist

Francis Mampuya was born in 1967 in Kinshasa, DRC. He studied Fine Art and with two friends, he founded the group “libristes.” His artistic style features semi-figurative and abstract faces……

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On Filming Chad: Mahamat Saleh Haroun

“This view of the world, from this country where there aren’t film-makers, is very important… I make films in solidarity, and because I feel a responsibility to not leave this country…..

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Moondust: Afrofuturist Artwork

Moondust  is a recent illustration project by visual artist Sara Golish inspired by Afrofuturism. The inspiration has [like all my work] come from many varying sources. However, these pieces are heavily based…..

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Summer Time in Camps Bay

Summer is in full swing in Cape Town. Photographer Peter Krasilnikoff capture the full delight at Camps Bay in Cape Town, South Africa.

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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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Dá Licença: Potraits of homes in Maputo

Mozambican photgrapher Mauro Pinto photographers living spaces in Maputo’s Mafalala quarter. Winner of the BESphoto competition of 2012. “the series reveals the manner in which the artist gives himself over…..