Founded in 2012 by Swiss artist Benjamin Füglister, the Contemporary African Photography Prize aims “to raise the profile of African photography and encourage a rethinking of the image of Africa”. Open to photographers from anywhere in the world whose work engages with the African continent or its diaspora, it picks out five winners every year and shows their work at major photography festivals around the world. This year 800 photographers entered, of whom 25 have made it to the shortlist.
Tag: Délio Jasse
Délio Jasse’s new, previously unseen body of work, about to go on show at London’s Tiwani Contemporary, continues the artist’s exploration of the photographic archive, interweaving found images with clues from past lives to draw links between photography and memory.
The work of Angolan photographer Délio Jasse is colourful and textured, experimenting with analogue photographic…