An intimate conversation with filmmaker Amelia Umuhire.
In searing and poetic images, Andrew Tshabangu chronicles Johannesburg in the age of democracy.
From Malick Sidibé to Stephen Shore, here are the must-see photography exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and beyond.
Two writers speak about the influential role—and responsibility—of art criticism in Africa today.
An ambitious exhibition grapples with the conditions of our time — but can images provoke social change?
In a studio outside of Cape Town, photographer Nico Krijno refashions sculpture and performance.
With dark humor, the photographer plays with perception, space, and surface.
These photographers show how “dandy” style shatters stereotypes around the world.
In Crimea and the Caribbean, Nicholas Muellner’s new photobook is a tropical gothic of seduction and violence.
A firsthand look at how photobook collections start, how they are organized, and how they are cared for.
AMET (Elsa M’bala) speaks with Christine Eyene and Landry Mbassi about YaPhoto.
At the world’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibition, photographers are on the margins.