"The photograph, in my thinking, is connected with how it was made, where it was first published, or the event that occasioned it. What has always drawn me to thinking and writing about photographs is the sense that the people depicted are their truest selves in the light of another’s imagination—the photographer, the person who looks back." Can African Critics Rewrite the Story of African Photography? For the latest @aperturefnd Magazine, #NeelikaJayawardane speaks with alumnus and faculty Emmanuel Iduma (@emmaiduma, Class of 2015) about art criticism in Africa today. Read it here: http://ow.ly/BBpP30efNg0 👉🏼👉🏼👉🏼link in bio!
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Image: Namsa Leuba, "Untitled I," 2011, from the series Cocktail. Courtesy of the artist and Art Twenty One, Lagos.