Kamoinge’s Half-Century of African-American Photography – The New York Times


Kamoinge photographers have approached their subjects from differing emotional, political and cultural perspectives. As the art historian Erina Duganne observed in an article on the diversity of the group’s imagery, “rather than speak for African Americans as a group or act as a corrective lens, the Kamoinge members used their photographs to explore how the particularities of their individual circumstances — including their collective experience of racial difference — informed and complicated their art.”

Source: Kamoinge’s Half-Century of African-American Photography – The New York Times

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