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Past Perfect: Exploring Museums of Egypt

Photo series by photographer Jason Larkin explores spaces that preserve the past in Egypt. This series focuses on the museums of Egypt and the different styles used in curating and…..

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Please Don’t Smile

Photo series by Malte Wandel through his nine month stay in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo. In the series “PLEASE DON´T SMILE”, Malte Wandel successfully captures moments of the present…..

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Infro by Mehdi Sefrioui

Fashion photography project by Moroccan photographer Mehdi Sefrioui. Brooding eyes against pink woods a heady dream of black skin in fashion, of blacks on the runway. Which, along with his…..

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In the Land of Niger

In this photo essay by Joe Penney, he examines the implications of Uranium rich Niger. The photo essay depicts the daily lives of its citizens who are one of the…..

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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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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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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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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…..