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Délio Jasse’s Endless Archive

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Looking to vintage photos and alternative processes, an Angolan Portuguese artist engages the infinite possibilities of an image.

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Malala Andrialavidrazana Redraws the Map

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In photographs and photomontages, the Madagascar-born artist considers the global reverberations of African culture.

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In Ghana, Visions of Queer Friendship and Love

Eric Gyamfi, Some of the LGBT community members organize a night of dance and performance for themselves after the international day against homophobia and transphobia event as a way to get to know other community members and to network. From the series Just Like Us, 2016 Courtesy the artist
Eric Gyamfi, Some of the LGBT community members organize a night of dance and performance for themselves after the international day against homophobia and transphobia event as a way to get to know other community members and to network. From the series Just Like Us, 2016 Courtesy the artist

Eric Gyamfi reflects on his activism, photography, and telling the stories of West Africa’s queer communities.

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Learning From Addis Ababa

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Aida Muluneh, founder of the Addis Foto Fest, speaks about how education plays a central role in connecting African photographers.

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Through the Lens

Fatoumata Diabate, Groupe de lutteurs, Somone, Sénégal, 2013, from the series Studio Photo de la Rue
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Fatoumata Diabate, Groupe de lutteurs, Somone, Sénégal, 2013, from the series Studio Photo de la Rue
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In Bamako, a group of young photographers engage a changing city.

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Between Two Worlds

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In poetic, politically charged images and videos, Zineb Sedira confronts the recent history of North Africa.

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Screen Legends

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South Africa’s new media artists are transforming the digital world.

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Camerawork Now

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For Akinbode Akinbiyi, new technologies have helped and hindered the development of photography in Africa.

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The Lives of Samuel Fosso

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The acclaimed photographer pushes self-portraiture into new realms of gender-bending theatricality.