Featured image, Porto 2013. Alive St. is an ongoing photo series by Warsaw based photographer Anna Kaniasty. Taken over several years, the images uniquely capture fleeting moments of everyday life in various cities across the globe. See a selection of the images below. For more information, and to see more of her work, visit her website.
Featured image – Omar Victor Diop, Thiaroye 1944. From Liberty (2016). Courtesy © Omar Victor Diop / MAGNIN-A, Paris London Gallery Autograph, presents a two part exhibition by Senegalese artist Omar Victor Diop, his first solo exhibition in the UK . Liberty, a Universal Chronology of Black Protest, reinterprets key revolutionary moments in Africa and across the diaspora. It spans four decades and features historic events such as the 1965 Alabama marches on Washington, and the 2012 murder of Trayvon Martin, which triggered the Million Hoodie March in New York and later inspired the Black Lives Matter movement. Strikingly detailed and potent in symbolism, the images primarily feature Diop as the protagonist portraying a range of figures, separated sometimes by time and often by geography, but unified by their defining struggle for human-rights. For Diop, these images redefine black history, and consequently the history of humanity, as well as the concept of freedom. Project Diaspora, the second part of the exhibition, celebrates four centuries of notable Africans in Europe, drawing parallels between their experiences and those of …
2012 Documentary Antifashion, explores the fashion revolution that occurred during the global socio- economic instability of the late 80’s and early 90s.
To coincide with the opening of the new exhibition at Foam Gallery; we focus on the stunning work of Malian photographer Seydou Keita