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PhotographyMarch 04, 2021
Reviving the past of Caribbean diaspora

This Trinidadian artist explores the digital archives of the Caribbean in his recent exhibition “Augmented Archives” at Bahamas’ Tern Gallery until May 14.

PhotographyMarch 02, 2021
Gender is freedom

We speak to the italian photographer behind the striking black and white portraiture that celebrates nudity and gender euphoria.

PhotographyMarch 01, 2021
Documenting drag culture

After experiencing the heyday of the New York drag scene, the multi-faceted queen collects her memories in her new photobook “The Drag Explosion”.

PhotographyMarch 01, 2021
Visual conversation

Quarantine creativity from Erik Kessels and Thomas Sauvin has bloomed into a new book-slash-art-project of surreal photographs and fantastical phrases.

PhotographyFebruary 24, 2021
The intimacy of a community

This exhibition at the Claire Oliver Gallery features the work of Harlem-based photographers who capture the culture of the borough, on view until April 3.

PhotographyFebruary 22, 2021
There is nothing new under the sun

A grappling exploration of contemporary society, through analogue photography, Kata discovers different facets of human life in experimental scenes.

PhotographyFebruary 17, 2021
Snapshots of the world

Photographer Alexander Beer opens the world up through his lens to reveal an insight into different walks of life in sharp focus.

PhotographyFebruary 15, 2021
We are ‘holy’ women

Donna Ferrato documents female strength in a women-hating world; capturing the triumphs of various women in the face of abuse, violence, and oppression.

PhotographyFebruary 04, 2021
Photographing Africa’s changing phase

After being lost for over 50 years, thousands of photographs from Webb’s trip to Africa are recovered and put together in the book "Todd Webb in Africa."

PhotographyFebruary 02, 2021
Finally seeing the light of day

Having stored the pictures in a drawer for over 25 years, the legendary David Bowie photographs by John Scarisbrick are being exhibited for the first time.

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