Because there’s beauty in deconstruction…

Because there’s beauty in deconstruction…

Ghanaian photographer, Zohra Opoku, is debuting her solo exhibition at the Armory in NYC. Her work explores what it means to grow up in the West, and later, confront a set of ideas about blackness, Africa, and belonging—as both an artist and a woman. Source

Omar Victor Diop’s ‘Studio of Vanities’

Omar Victor Diop’s ‘Studio of Vanities’

I recently discovered the work of Omar Victor Diop and I had fun exploring his art via his website. I was particular struck by his 'Studio of Vanities' collection of photographs. He explains it best himself: These are the fresh faces of the continent's urban culture. They are black, arabs, caucasian, asian...it doesn't matter. They [...]

Opinion: Stiglitz on what’s needed in this ‘New America’

Opinion: Stiglitz on what’s needed in this ‘New America’

I've just finished reading a good and well-thought out article by one of my favorite political/ socio-economic commentators,  Joseph Stiglitz. The Nobel Memorial Prize recipient basically gives his opinion on the policies and sectors that President-elect Trump must now focus on to provide the economic difference he based his campaign on. For me, the highlight [...]