contemporary photography

Collection by Berry Bickle

193 
Pins
 • 
76 
Followers
Berry Bickle
Repost via Portrait by the artist Seydou Keita, Bamako, Mali Courtesy of African Life, African Culture, African History, Seydou Keita, Afro, Afrique Art, Vintage Black Glamour, African Tribes, Great Photographers

Seydou Keïta | Two Men with Wrist Watches | The Met

Born in Bamako in the early 1920s, Seydou Keïta is one of the most celebrated photographers in Mali. He learned darkroom techniques from photographer Pierre Garnier and others in Bamako, where he eventually launched his own studio, in 1948

'Project Diaspora' : 'Dom Nicolau, prince of Kongo' by Omar Victor Diop. A journey through time, the photographic series delves into and exposes less spoken narratives of the role of African leaders who publicly protest colonial influences. Afro Punk, Arte Black, Black Art, Afrique Art, Photo Star, Contemporary African Art, Contemporary Design, African Diaspora, We Are The World

Omar Victor Diop's Project Diaspora – in pictures

Omar Victor Diop’s Project Diaspora photographic series delves into and exposes lesser-known narratives of the role of Africans out of Africa

Still from Hassan Hajjaj, My Rock Stars Experimental Volume via LACMA. Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Portraits, Afro Punk, My Rock, Christopher Nolan, Mode Style, Belle Photo, African Fashion

"Photographer Hassan Hajjaj's 'Rockstar' portraits"

Hassan Hajjaj's portraits from Marrakech capture the colour and spontaneity of his childhood in Morocco. His sitters – 'not just musicians but the snake char…

hassan hajjaj - These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look - The Huffington Post Hipsters, Pop Art, Hybrid Art, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Western Suits, David Lachapelle, Claes Oldenburg, Textiles

These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look

The New York Times sees shades of Matisse and Koons. ArtNet is convinced he's the next David LaChapelle. But Hassan Hajjaj, the Moroccan stylist and phot...

Hassan Hajjaj photographs Moroccan biker women in his debut New York exhibition 'Kesh Angels' on display at the Taymour Grahne Gallery through March Afro Punk Fashion, Pop Art Fashion, Andy Warhol, Kitsch, Rock The Casbah, Lady Biker, Collage, Textiles, African Art

Hassan Hajjaj Photographs Moroccan Biker Women In 'Kesh Angels'

Hassan Hajjaj photographs Moroccan biker women in his debut New York exhibition 'Kesh Angels' on display at the Taymour Grahne Gallery through March 8th.

Still from Hassan Hajjaj, My Rock Stars Experimental Volume via LACMA. Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Portraits, Afro Punk, My Rock, Christopher Nolan, Mode Style, Belle Photo, African Fashion

Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume 1, 2012 | LACMA

This three-channel video installation by Hassan Hajjaj includes nine separately filmed performances by an international array of musicians. The sitters/performers wear clothes that Hajjaj has designed himself, and pose in spaces covered by patterns he has selected. Clad in traditional fabrics, as well as luxury brand clothes and shoes, the musicians bridge the gap between now and then, us and them, high and low culture, reflecting a fusion of Moroccan craftsmanship and contemporary art.

Omar Victor Diop, Don Miguel de Castro, Emissary of Congo (c. From the series: Project Diaspora 2014 Pigment inkjet print on Harman Hahnemuhle paper 47 x 31 George Zimmerman, Black Panthers, Afro Punk, Perspective Artists, Festival Photo, Don Miguel, Contemporary African Art, African Artists, African Paintings

Omar Victor Diop's Project Diaspora – in pictures

Omar Victor Diop’s Project Diaspora photographic series delves into and exposes lesser-known narratives of the role of Africans out of Africa

by Kiripi Katembo Siku / Le regard et les souvenirs, Kinshasa, the capital of Democratic Republic of Congo Life Photography, Street Photography, Fondation Cartier, Mario, Henri Rousseau, Surreal Photos, Photo Class, Congo Kinshasa, Contemporary Photography

Who Knew Photographing Puddles Could Be So Mesmerizing?

Next time you pass a puddle, take a look. You may find wonders inside. Consider "Un Regard," a photographic series by Kiripi Katembo Siku, set in Kinshas...