Foster Malm, 13, moves through one of Jamestown’s bustling markets with remarkable ease. Black iPhone covertly at the ready, he shoots off the hip, capturing unexpected market-goers moving through daily life. Although barely audible over the usual market place chatter, the camera shutter sounds off like rapid fire: close-ups of fresh tomatoes and onions, action… Continue reading Foster’s World: Seeing Ga Mashie from Child Perspective
Dakar: Who wouldn’t love a city with all this graffiti and wall art?
Bonjour de Dakar! Here, graffiti is everywhere; it’s as if every wall is an opportunity for artistic, political and/or social statement. The more you look, the more you can learn about the city, its people, and their sentiments. It’s my first day in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, and one of the first things that… Continue reading Dakar: Who wouldn’t love a city with all this graffiti and wall art?
Documenting the City: From N’Djamena, Invisible Borders comes to Accra
The Invisible Borders Trans-African Photography Project makes its way to Accra this month, leading photographic workshops, screenings and public art exhibitions, starting this week.