Cultural Iconography & African Identity

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Namsa Leuba is a Swiss-Guinean photographer and art director who focuses on African identity as seen through the western gaze.

Incredible 160-year-old Civil War era photos Restored, Enhanced, and Colorized

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Portraits & Power

Why a Vogue Cover Created an Uproar Over Kamala Harris

“How can portraits convey authority? For thousands of years, rulers and would-be rulers have used portraits to assert their legitimacy, proclaim their power, and solidify their authority. Portraits could be especially important for a sovereign whose actual right to rule was questionable or contested.” – Art Through Time: A Global View

SoHo’s New Geeks

SoHo’s New Geeks

“In the SoHo neighborhood of New York, lines form early and last long for the newest limited-edition product “drops.” A photographer and a writer collaborate to meet the young stalwarts and check out their spoils”

 

 

 

 

Why Making It A Mandate To Hire More Women In Front Of And Behind The Camera Benefits Everyone

Why Making It A Mandate To Hire More Women In Front Of And Behind The Camera Benefits Everyone

Newly Colorized Portraits of Immigrants Photographed by an Ellis Island Clerk

Newly Colorized Portraits of Immigrants Photographed by an Ellis Island Clerk

Welcome to New York – Decades of Extraordinary Photos Taken on the Streets of NYC

Decades of Extraordinary Photos Taken on the Streets of NYC

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Photos of Life on a Haitian Dump

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New York Today: The Place to Podcast

New York Today: The Place to Podcast

Let’s podcast!

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Groundbreaking Photographer Carrie Mae Weems Wins the 2016 National Artist Award

Groundbreaking Photographer Carrie Mae Weems Wins the 2016 National Artist Award