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Documenting herself in places where history becomes tangible. A collection of self-portraits taken in locations around New York that were central to the city’s involvement in the slave trade.
This powerful collection highlights the importance of snapshots in Black American life: as tools to challenge stereotypes, and as a way to document family and culture.
The overlooked yet vibrant history of Black participation in American film, from the beginning of cinema through the civil rights movement.
An inspirational trove of film posters and ephemera, photographs, artwork and more from the collection of Spike Lee.
Photographer Sandro Miller celebrates the social endurance, cultural heritage and self-expression of Black women through their hairstyles.
A#22 has been curated by the British-Jamaican fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner, who established her eponymous label Wales Bonner in London in 2014.
Peter Lindbergh and Azzedine Alaïa, the photographer and the couturier, were united by their love of black, a love that they would cultivate alike in silver print and solid color garments.
In this artist project, Glenn Ligon traces the representation of black people in the United States on book covers, highlighting the deliberate use of typography, photography and graphics.
A celebration of photographer and filmmaker Tyler Mitchell's distinctive vision of a Black utopia.
In The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, curator and critic Antwaun Sargent addresses a radical transformation taking place in fashion and art today.
The first substantial exploration of MoMA’s uneven historical relationship with black artists, black audiences and the broader subject of racial blackness.
This monograph tells the story of a key, but under-recognized, figure of the second Harlem Renaissance.
Dutch photographer Bastiaan Woudt traveled to Mukono, Uganda. There, he captured this impressive series of surrealist monochrome impressions of the town and its people.
An inspirational journey through black fashion in America from the twentieth century to the present, featuring the most celebrated icons of Black style and taste.
The photography of Daniella Midenge is the perfect symbiosis of artistic photography, erotic appeal, and an unforgettable signature style.
Avedon’s most indelible images for Dior from the '40s through ’70s, including many never-before-published photographs.
In The Black Book, Robert Mapplethorpe presents an astonishing photographic study of black men in their diversity, impact, subtlety, technical virtuosity, erotic appeal, and deep humanity.