As We See It: Artists Redefining Black Identity by Aida Amoako
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Across photography, sculpture and painting, a new wave of Black artists is challenging persistent tropes in art and wider society to depict a richer portrait of the lives of Black people from all corners of the globe.
How photographers are investigating and representing notions of Black identity in diverse new ways; Includes photographers who are both exploring the history of Black visual identity while also resetting its future; Full of visually refreshing and challenging narratives - including depictions of Black joy and love, as well as queer and non-binary identities, and images that underline photography's role in challenging stereotypical visual identities; Images come from across the world and straddle the worlds of portraiture, documentary, fashion and fine art; Artists included: Prince Gyasi, Nadine Ijewere, Campbell Addy, Chris Facey, Emeka Okereke, Lina Iris Viktor, Braylen Dion, Girma Berta, Kenny Germé, Naima Green, Mikael Owunna, David Nana Opoku Ansah, Lebohang Kganye, Dario Calmese, Melissa Alcena, Davey Adesida, Takeisha Jefferson, Atong Atem, Donavon Smallwood, Henry J. Kamara, Zithelo Bobby Mthombeni, Ronan Mckenzie, Rahima Gambo, Allison Janae Hamilton, Sedrick Chisom, Lunga Ntila, Jodi Minnis, Délio Jasse, Joana Choumali and Emma Prempeh
2.21 cms H x 25.81 cms L x 19.2 cms W, 192 pages, Hardcover, February 2023.
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