In our final episode, it’s time to look to the future. What’s next in this important field of visual art? What does the next generation of artists and sitters need in their toolboxes to keep expanding...Show More
In the nineteenth and early twentieth-century, images of African women by Western photographers were presented as ethnographic specimens or exotic curiosities for avid European audiences.
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There’s a reason we buy art, go to exhibitions, invite our friends, argue about what we’ve seen over the dinner table. It may not be as in-your-face as a protest, or as text-heavy as a speech in Parli...Show More
Diverse representation. It’s a phrase that’s thrown around in a lot of sectors - hiring, publishing, politics, education and art.
In Episode 3 of Sightlines, we talked to photographers, educators ...Show More
Whether you're organizing an exhibition at a gallery or managing an Instagram account, curators must balance historical accuracy with the vision of the artist.
In Episode 2 of Sightlines, we talk t...Show More
Artists frame the way we see the world -- and their subjects, even in photos where you don’t see their agency, are part of that narrative.
From colonial imagery to contemporary portraits, THE WAY ...Show More