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Haitian-Born Photographer’s Stunning Maternity and Wedding Photos...

The couples in his wedding photos look unhurried, as if they naturally arranged themselves into photogenic positions. Perhaps it is his quiet yet confident...

‘Through the African American Lens’ Reveals How...

When people think of artistic mediums that had a major impact on Black culture and helped provide a platform for Black voices, they may...

Gordon Parks Remembered On What Would’ve Been...

Yesterday Huffington Post covered the centennial birthday of influential American artist, Gordon Parks. The photographer, musician, writer and filmmaker, known for his striking reflections...

Alf Kumalo, South African Photographer Whose Images...

South Africa – Renowned South African photographer Alf Kumalo, who made his name working for Drum Magazine has died in Johannesburg. He died in hospital...

Six Year-Old Nigerian Boy an Accomplished Photographer

Master Morakinyo Akin-Jimoh is six years old. But he has already carved a niche for himself in the art of photography. He tells SUCCESS...

‘Reflections in Black: A History of Black...

It is unlikely that many people would be familiar with the name Jules Lion. A free man of color, Lion established the first daguerrean studio...

Filmmaker Uses Photography Documentary to ‘Empower, Educate...

Thomas Allen Harris is a film activist, leveraging the platform of documentary filmmaking as a tool to empower, educate, and shed light on many...

Young Photographer Awol Erizku Hates Being Labeled...

You can call Awol Erizku’s art history-inflected photographs whatever you want — just don’t call them “urban.” “I hate when people label my work...

Atlanta’s Emory University Aquires One of the...

You are invited to view the newly acquired Robert Langmuir African American Photo Collection at Emory University and you imagine spending an hour or...
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