Through the use of their respective medium, artists like Mohau Modisakeng and Mário Macilau reclaim the African narrative.
There is an avant-garde quality to Samuel’s photographs. True to his mission, Samuel utilizes whatever he could get his hands on to create his highly conceptual works.
Having spent years as a professional dancer, Djeneba Aduayom spent her life thinking about movement and the human body. After an injury caused her to rethink her life and career, she picked up a camera and began exploring the human body in another way.
From studio portraits to street documentation, Addison Scurlock's photography tells the story of early 20th century Black Americans.