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PICTURING POWER #1: Wherein one surreptitiously performs reconnaissance to collect views and freeze points of view to be reflective of one’s own kind
Yee I-Lann, 2013 Giclée print on Hahemüle photo rag ultra smooth fine are, 310 GSM 100% cotton rag paper 25 X 71 INCHES (63 X 180 CM)
Mikael Owunna’s ‘Limit(less) Africans’ is a stunning visual tapestry of queer Africans’ styles, expressions, and communities. Continue reading
Hope and Fear
Recent #MyNYC Snaps:
Commentary: There are so many stupendous things to take in on any given day in NYC, hence I started using the #MyNYC hashtag to identify these little moments of joy. Encapsulated in these and other brief respites from the day-to-day grind. Each one a moment of zen to stop and ponder the little things.
Powerful meditations on identity, race, gender and class. Using various multimedia forms, sculptural installations, and contrasting variations the artist Bayeté Ross Smith creates really challenges the observer on so any levels. The sound installations are fascinating and make me really miss the days of boomboxes and the many owned over the years.
Summer’s here and there’s no place more evocative of the sunny season than Miami, Florida. Photographer David Cabrera shows us the classic and colorful city through his eyes. Photos by David Cabrera
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Iman. Naomi Campbell. Rihanna.
“The Road Taken” explains how infrastructure is a vital part of our daily lives, and how its upkeep is proving impossible. Photo: Peter Andrew Lusztyk