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Invisible Borders at Addis Foto Fest: 4-8 December 2012

Posted: December 7, 2012 at 5:31 pm by

A trans-African photography project showcasing the works of participating photographers Ray Daniels Okeugo, Jumoke Sanwo, Amaize Ojeikere, Kemi Akin-Nibosun, Jide Odukoya, Nike Adesuyi Ojeikere, Lilian Novo Isioro, Charles Okereke, Emmanuel Iduma (writer), Emeka Okereke, Uche Okpa-Iroha and Ala Kheir. The featured exhibition showcases a selection of works from eleven participants of the project from 2010 […]

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Invisible Borders wins at Biennale Benin 2012

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 2:25 am by

We are happy to announce that Invisible Borders Trans-African Project received the Institut Français Award for Outstanding Project at the Biennale Benin 2012 in Cotonou. The French Ambassador to the Republic of Benin presented the award to the group during the official opening of the event on the 8th of November 2012 against the backdrop […]

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Ray Daniels Okeugo – Reality Displays

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 1:01 am by

Ray Daniels in his characteristic style presents reality as friction. Immediately one encounters the imagery he offers, there is an immediate understanding of African experience in its state of flux, in the constant way in which survival is dramatized. These images, made during the road trip, touch upon a wide range of open-ended complexities, familarities, […]

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Novo Isioro – Awa

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 12:06 am by

Awa, a name which means Princess in a Cameroonian dialect. Meeting Awa Ambadiang Mendong was indeed meeting a princess. Effortlessly, she radiated grace and strength with her every word, speeches and moves. Yes! like a proud successful man she is physically built, and her works/achievement didn’t deny her of that fact. I met Charming Awa […]

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Emeka Okereke – Quadritychs

Posted: November 16, 2012 at 11:18 pm by

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Jide Odukoya – Nigerians in Libreville

Posted: November 16, 2012 at 10:54 pm by

Gabon is a sparsely populated country with about 1.6million people. It is estimated that over 300,000 Nigerians live in Gabon. Most of its citizens work in the oil rich government establishments; while foreigners dominate the local business in areas of food, clothing, music sales, electronics, auto spare parts and taxi. These portraits explore the paradoxical […]

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The En Route Photo Award

Posted: September 13, 2012 at 2:11 pm by

In a bid to encourage the photographers travelling on the road trip, a weekly photo award was inaugurated. The first award was judged by a Jury constituting of Landry Mbassi (visual artist, photographer, Cameroun), Christian Nyampeta (visual artist, Rwanda/The Netherlands) and Emmanuel Iduma (writer, Nigeria). For the week of 3-9 September, the Jury received 15 photos in […]

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Sinking, Rising – The Sinking Mud Story

Posted: September 8, 2012 at 8:59 am by

Download as pdf: Photo Essay – Sinking-Rising – Mud Story. Images: Novo Isioro, Emeka Okereke, Ray Daniels Okeugo, Jide Odukoya & Mario Macilau Text: Emmanuel Iduma When the night began, only lightened by our van’s headlight, it seemed to me like a game, one that is played without an outcome in mind. Here the mud workers […]

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The En Route Photo Award

Posted: September 5, 2012 at 4:39 pm by

In a bid to encourage the photographers travelling on the road trip, a weekly photo award was inaugurated. The first award was judged by a Jury constituting of Landry Mbassi (visual artist, photographer, Cameroun), Christian Nyampeta (visual artist, Rwanda/The Netherlands) and Emmanuel Iduma (writer, Nigeria). For the week of 3-9 September, the Jury received 15 photos in […]

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The En Route Photo Award

Posted: September 1, 2012 at 4:36 pm by

In a bid to encourage the photographers travelling on the road trip, a weekly photo award was inaugurated. The first award was judged by a Jury constituting of Landry Mbassi (visual artist, photographer, Cameroun), Christian Nyampeta (visual artist, Rwanda/The Netherlands) and Emmanuel Iduma (writer, Nigeria). For the week of 3-9 September, the Jury received 15 photos in […]

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