This week we felt we were recovering from the mess that was the start of the year. If you, like me, shed tears of joy at the sight of the sun shining stroll around the building this week, then this storyboard tour is for you.
Black History Month is drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean we are done telling black stories. In February, we spoke with Michael Merry V. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture On the heritage of 20th century black photographers and the importance of collections. Melissa Alexander, who sometimes leans in on the other ego Phyllis EilerShe shared her ongoing project, About girls’ way, Which includes images that re-imagine the best of 1990s black femininity.
Juliet Cassidy I photographed young girls in Afghanistan feeling empowered through skiing, and Silver Eyes Photography Center I came out with my list of must-see photographers. A year after the first COVID-19-related death in Europe, the small Italian city in which it occurred is recovering, and in Venezuela, trained volunteers are responding to emergencies. The men who keep pigeons on New York rooftops feel the effects of changing times, and Italian museums quietly open their doors without the crowd. Finally, we look at the moody work of Vanessa LeRoy And her new book, There is a place I want to take you to.
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