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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…..

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Seydou Keïta: On the Art of Photography

It’s easy to take a photo, but what really made a difference was that I always knew how to find the right position, and I never was wrong. Their head…..

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On Race Conscious Work: Kerry James Marshall

It is possible to transcend what is perceived to be the limitations of a race-conscious kind of work. It is a limitation only if you accept someone else’s foreclosure from…..

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I Am Walé Respect Me

Patrick Willocq is a self taught photographer who lived and worked in  the Democratic Republic of  Congo for over 7 years. Willocq’s describes his latest art project I Am Walé Respect…..

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On Photography: Juan Orrantia capturing Guinea-Bissau

In an Interview with Africa’s A Country, Photographer Juan Orrantia discusses his latest project Holding (on to) Amilcar, experiences in Guinea-Bissau, creative process and photojournalistic approach… I started out photographing…..