Azim Thomas: A witness with camera
- Africa's life and color captured in the lens by Africans themselves. Press, Robert // Christian Science Monitor;1/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 32, p10
Discusses the African photographers and their works. Problems faced by African photographers; Importance of their work in documenting African life; Details of works at the African Photography Festival, held in December 1994; Works and viewpoints of various upcoming African photographers.
- Tribute to Garvey in 'Rapid Eye' exhibit. // New York Amsterdam News;03/01/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p32
Presents information on a photography exhibit titled 'Rapid Eye Movement' at the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp.'s Center for Art and Culture in New York City. Holding of the exhibit by the group Guerillas in the Midst; Names of members; Display of works from Brooklyn, New York City Black...
- A chance to see the nation's best parks--all under one roof. // Time;9/8/1997, Vol. 150 Issue 10, p78
Announces the retrospective `Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks,' which opens at Washington's Corcoran Gallery on September 10, 1997. Photographs to be on display including `The Learning Tree' and `Shaft.'
- Photo opportunities. Samson, Jonah // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/14/2003, Vol. 169 Issue 8, p817
Reflects on the works of Afro-American photographer Jamel Shabazz. Description of her works; Subjects of his works; Inclusion of his works in the Contact 2003 exhibition in Toronto, Ontario.
- Schomburg hosts New Harlem Renaissance Photographers exhibit. // New York Amsterdam News;1/27/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p18
The article reviews the exhibition "Harlem Views/Diasporan Visions: The New Harlem Renaissance Photographers," at the Latimer/Edison Gallery in New York City on February 1, 2011, which features 23 photographers of African-American and African descent.
- Black on Black. Jones, Malcolm // Newsweek;4/24/2000, Vol. 135 Issue 17, p70
Reviews 'Reflections in Black,' an exhibition of the work of African-American photographers at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. through June 30, 2000.
- HAVE CAMERA WILL TRAVEL. // Ebony;Mar1969, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p112
The article offers information on the career development of Phillda Ragland, an African American photographer and also presents several photographs taken by her. It informs that earlier Ragland was working as a photo-librarian for the United Presbyterian Church. She has learned basics of camera...
- Reflections in Black at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Richards, Alice // New York Amsterdam News;12/13/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 50, p21
Provides the photographers whose works were featured in the African-American photography exhibition in the Studio Museum in New York City, New York. George O. Brown; Harry Shepherd; C.M. Battey; A.P. Bedou; Florestine Perrault Collins; P.H. Polk; Richard Samuel Roberts.
- Jordan's Jasper. Belsha, Kalyn // Texas Observer: A Journal of Free Voices;8/1/2011, Vol. 103 Issue 13, p28
The article focuses on the work of African American photographer Alonzo Jordan who captures the significant moments of African American community in Jasper, Texas from 1940 to 1984. It reports that Jordan's photographs received national recognition for the first time in 2011 and displayed at the...