Everybody is talking, constantly. In the era of informational double standards, the fittest survives, the end justify the means and mics are always switched on, though common sen..
My recent, unforgettable and inspiring five-month journey into Africa led me to both the voodoo festival in Benin and the incredible Nigerian metropolis of Lagos. There, I could ..
Two-strand twists. Locs. Box braids. Afro puffs. Teeny-Weeny Afros. All hairstyles, but so much more.
Black hair is deeply political. Women’s hair—arranged in intricate, often..
Malick Sidibé passed away yesterday April 14 at the age of 80. Some years ago I happened to find some of his shots and it was love at first sight. Images that today still awaken ..
Sometimes you have so many questions it is almost impossible to answer them. So what do you do? You meditate, wait, closely listen and then BAM! You finally answer once and for a..
Humans of New York is my favorite Facebook page. A real go-to. A vending machine spreading humanity like no other on social media.
It’s the room of the people. That room where..
Going through the pages of Sculptures my tactile memory went all the way back in time and it felt like hearing my mother telling me “don’t put your fingers on the pictures becaus..
Zero selfies. Zero duck faces. Zero photos of your hot dog legs.
The Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMa) has just launched Seeing Through Photographs, a F R E E online..
Jason Bassett is a Miami-based photographer & filmmaker.
His love for photography begins with editorials. This is where he can be present but tell a story in any time or way h..
Identity and discovery–at both the collective and personal levels–are themes in the forefront of Omar Victor Diop’s Project Diaspora. A journey through time, the photographic ser..