Reading Time: 4 minutes Helen Jennings and Sara Hemming, co-founders of Nataal, the global media brand celebrating contemporary African art, pick out their top projects of 2019
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Reading Time: 3 minutes Antwaun Sargent’s first book celebrates a new forefront of genre-bending photographers “using their cameras to create contemporary portrayals of black life”
Reading Time: 2 minutes Gina Amama from A Whitespace Create Agency in Lagos, Nigeria, picks out what caught her eye in 2018 – including Michael Oliver Love’s “mind-blowing” editorial for Africa is Now magazine
Reading Time: 3 minutes Nadine Ijewere has been interested in fashion imagery since she was a girl but it wasn’t until she studied photography at the London College of Fashion that she began to pick up on some of its more unsettling undertones – particularly the stereotypes used in the portrayal of non-Western cultures. The Misrepresentation of Representation, an early project that she completed at university reflected on Orientalism and how it came to rigidly define certain cultures for a Western audience.
Reading Time: 4 minutes British Journal of Photography is a thoroughly international publication, dedicated to showcasing the best of photography from around the world.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Back for its eighth edition, the theme of this year’s LagosPhoto is Regimes of Truth. It’s exploring divisive events such as the Nigerian Civil War and its representation, and the influential Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture held in 1977; it’s also including Kadir van Lohuizen’s Where Will We Go? – Rising Seas, an exploration of climate change that shows how the world’s less wealthy will disproportionately suffer its effects.
Reading Time: 7 minutes “The main issues in fashion currently are gender and identity, and a more inclusive image…
Reading Time: 3 minutes Our latest issue, Ones to Watch, is available to buy now from The BJP Shop.…