"Mali" tag

The Monumental Landscape: François-Xavier Gbré in conversation with Brendan Wattenberg and Emmanuel Iduma

© François-Xavier Gbré, Swimming pool III, Bamako, 2009. Courtesy of Galerie Cécile Fakhoury, Abidjan.   In the summer of 2010, François-Xavier Gbré was sent to assist an eminent American photographer on a fashion…

Antoine Schneck | Profiles of Mali

Antoine Schneck | Profiles of Mali

Headwear the world over is a meeting of protection from the environment and a manner of accessorising. These Malian models, as captured by French photographer Antoine Schneck, blur the line in their own…

The Black Gypsy | Meet Sam Lambert

The Black Gypsy | Meet Sam Lambert

“It’s rude to stare at people!” my mother used to tell me as a child. I know she was right yet in some circumstances, I maintain it’s just simply unavoidable. In fashion invariably…

Featured | Anastasia Karpenko

Anastasia Karpenko | Dogon Portraits

Moscow based photographer Anastasia Karpenko tells us that she has always wanted to travel and now finally sees this dream united with her passion for image making; the results are captivating.

Featured | José Pedro Cortes

Featured | José Pedro Cortes | Moi, Un Blanc

Moi, Un Blanc (“I, a White”), a photographic series by José Pedro Cortes taken in Mali, images mostly from the Dogon region. Film buffs may recognise the reference embedded in the series’ title,  to French anthropological…

Graphically Speaking

Graphically Speaking

When we recently spotted Tanzanian-born model Herieth Paul dressed in a Gareth Pugh body suit, the image immediately struck us, that is graphically speaking.

Music Moves the Soul

Photographer Simon Weller and author of South African Township Barbershops & Salons, recently put us onto Kanaga System Krush (K.S.K); an independent fair-trade ethos record label also based out of Nevada City, California. …

Pose (Ugandan Images)

Xanadu, Where Are You?

Can we venture to say that most, if not all of us have at one point or another simply wished to be at some place other than where we find ourselves for one…

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