A new photo book chronicles the wide-reaching power of Kamoinge, a collective of black photographers founded in 1960's Harlem to combat white domination of the photographic industry.
A new exhibition of the African-American photographer’s pioneering work celebrates an artist who, over her five-decade-long career, has always followed her instinct over the status quo.
A new exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary reveals how renegade Grace Jones subverted Western archetypes of Black women and gender binaries.
Adger Cowans reflects on his mentor and legendary photographer Gordon Parks, and imbuing his art with feeling.
Founded in the ’60s, when black art was ignored by the establishment, Kamoinge’s influence has remained largely unrecognised – until now.
For photographer Dawoud Bey, portraits are a portal into another era. Now, in a new book, he looks back over a career spent capturing America at its most intimate.