This week, it seemed like we were recovering from the chaos at the beginning of the year. If you, like me, literally shed tears when you see sunlight walking around the block this week, this roundup of photo stories is for you.
The month of Krishna history is approaching, but that doesn’t mean we’re done telling black stories. In February we spoke with Michael Mary Release Research Sumburg Center on Black Culture About the legacy and collection importance of twentieth century black photographers. Melissa Alexander, who is sometimes driven by a changed ego Phyllis Eiler, Shared his ongoing project, Way Way Girls, Which includes photos that best re-imagine the black femininity of the 90s.
Juliet Cassidy Being empowered through skateboarding in the pictures of young girls in Afghanistan and Silver Eye Center for Photography It came out with the inaugural list of photographers to watch. One year after the death of Europe’s first COVID-19, it happened as the small Italian town was recovering and volunteers trained in Venezuela were responding to an emergency. Men raising pigeons on the rooftops of New York are feeling the effects of the times of change, and Italian museums are reopening silently without crowds. Finally, we look at the dreamy, moody work Vanessa Leroy And his new book, There is a place I want to take you.
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