“The Sweet Flypaper Of Life” New Edition Talk With Sherry DeCarava In Harlem

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The Sweet Flypaper Of Life” was a magnificent photographic-literary work published to great acclaim in 1955. Continue Reading →

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The Timelessness Of The Photographs Of Kamoinge In Harlem

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In 1963, the Kamoinge Workshop produced their first portfolio of photographs taken by members who made up the group. The portfolio included a statement that read: “The Kamoinge Workshop represents fifteen black photographers whose creative objectives reflect a concern for truth about the world, about society and about themselves.” Continue Reading →

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Visually Speaking: Roy DeCarava, A Life in Art In Harlem

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Sherry Turner DeCarava, an independent art historian and Executive Director of the DeCarava Archives, offers an in-depth portrait of the life and career of this influential artist and complex man. Continue Reading →

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