Capturing Black Euphoria : Through the Lens of Indrias Getachew Kassaye By Aklil Molosi

In the realm of photography, Indrias Getachew Kassaye stands as a luminary in a masterful weaving of art and social impact in his work. His lens gracefully encapsulates beauty in the ordinary, magnifying the resilience of communities in a creative challenge of preconceived notions about Africa. Kassaye’s work is driven by the desire to transform

2023-11-21T05:39:04+00:00November 16th, 2023|0 Comments

Portraiture and Black Culture

by Sebastian Grant Throughout the many genres of artistic practice, portraiture has continued to thrive as an important method used to capture individuals and the stories behind their painted images. Beyond mimicking the basic resemblance of physical features, the portrait also has the task of reflecting the deeper qualities of humanity and identity, especially

2023-11-10T13:21:47+00:00November 10th, 2023|0 Comments


Credit: Amidst The Noise (4) © Ibe Ananaba 2020 Black fashion and art taste like Jollof rice and plantain; they are intrinsically linked. In Aba, the bustling commercial hub of Abia State, Nigeria, where I grew up, the two merge seamlessly into a vibrant display of creativity. Often referred to as the "Japan of Africa",

2023-12-04T13:00:15+00:00November 7th, 2023|0 Comments
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