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African American Women

Marie Antoinette Is Dead Though she’s only been practising her craft for four-and-a-half years, Haitian-born, New York-raised artist Fabiola Jean-Louis is already making strong statements with her fine art photography. Her series Rewriting History is a powerful set of painterly photographs that sees the artist explore the Black experience through the manipulation of imagery typically associated with White European nobility of the 15th to 19th centuries.Read More →

Minimalist Flower X-Rays

Photographer Will Connell, a teacher at Pasadenaโ€™s Art Center College of Design, helped Tasker print his pictures and show his unusual work in photography exhibitions. Taskerโ€™s work appeared in U.S. Camera (October 1939) and Popular Photography (March 1942). And then, well, not much more is known of him.Read More →

Lauren Naylor screenshot of the landing page of her website

Lauren’s unique photographic foundation is rooted with moody undertones and otherworldly terrains.Read More →

A โ€œstorm chaserโ€ ; this is how Nick Moir, this Instagram accountโ€™s creator, views himself. By scrolling down his pictures, we discover a wild universe, filled with supernatural tones, and we walk by his side into formidable sand storms.Read More →

Deepti Asthana says her practice is influenced by the need to alter the narrative that women are weak or helpless.Read More →

A Californian turned Portlandian with a penchant for international travel, this local Choy is a recent grad of Univ of Portland and hopes to pursue a full-time career in photography/videography and travel the world. In September 2014, she had the chance to live in Salzburg, Austriaย Read More →