On May 26 the American Academy in Rome opened NERO su BIANCO (Black on White), a provocative interrogation of race and identity in contemporary Italy, envisioned by 27 visual art..
It’s a daily reality for most women, especially those living in big cities where the feeling of anonymity en masse is prevalent – the catcalling, the “hey baby, why are you so ma..
Twenty-six years old, Neapolitan mother and Nigerian father, two little brothers and an older sister. Shaved head, graceful, dark eyes, and an intense gaze that speaks volumes.
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..
After Baltimore riots, Thenib.com shared four cartoons that illustrate historic moments in which peaceful protests are not always enough to get the desired result.
Douglas Bourgeois’s transcendent, fantastical images of pop icons as religious icons, set against southern Louisiana scenery, are inspired by his rural life and his homages to wh..
Alabama. Deep South. A State closely linked to the Civil rights movement: Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, The Birminghan Campaign (or 1963 Birmingham movement); Selma ..
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..
In 1961 when the police surprised her at the New York Airport while trying to bring Henry Miller’s banned book, Tropic of Cancer into the country, Dorothy Iannone was an American..
Stasia “Stas” Irons and Catherine “Cat” Harris, one a fearless rapper and the other a refined soul singer, make up the THEEsatisfaction: a new and multifaceted mutation of rap mu..