Posts Tagged ‘Marian Nur Goni’

Pierrot Men: Poetry in Black and White

© Pierrot Men

Marian Nur Goni of Africultures had the chance to speak with Pierrot Men, a key figure in Madagascan photography and well beyond. He just published a monographic series retracing thirty years of work. You can read the interview below in English or in French. Q: Your name is a reference today. I know a lot of [...]

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Admas Habteslasie: “Limbo” Exploring Eritrea’s Past, Future and Present

Admas Habteslasie, Sleeping man, Assab, 2005.

Having been born in the Middle East and growing up in London, Admas Habtelasie has made regular visits to his parent’s homeland, Eritrea, since childhood. After receiving his MA from the London College of Communication (formerly the London College of Printing) in photojournalism and documentary photography, he traveled to Eritrea in 2005 to begin work [...]

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