This week, it feels like we are starting to recover from the chaos at the beginning of the year. If you, like me, shed tears of joy when you saw the sun shining while walking around the block this week, then this set of photo stories is for you.
Black History Month is coming to an end, but this does not mean that we have finished telling black stories. In February, we were with Michael Mery at Schomburg Black Cultural Research Center On the heritage of black photographers in the 20th century and the importance of collections.Melissa Alexander, sometimes through another self Phyllis IllerTo share her ongoing projects, Detour girl, Which includes reimagining photos of the best black women of the 90s.
Juliet Cassidy The young Afghan girl who was photographed felt empowered by skateboarding, and Silver Eye Photography Center Launched the first list of photographers worth watching. One year after the first COVID-19-related death in Europe, the Italian town where the incident occurred is recovering, while in Venezuela, well-trained volunteers are responding to the emergency. People who raise pigeons on the rooftops of New York are feeling the effects of the changing times. Italian museums quietly reopened without crowds.Finally, let’s take a look at the dreamy and moody works Vanessa Leroy And her new book There is a place i want to take you to.
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