En Foco, a non-profit dedicated to cultural diversity in photography, announces their very first photography competition.
"En Foco, Inc and Canson Infinity invite fine art and documentary photographers of any nationality or ethnicity to submit work to People/Places/Things, an international competition celebrating En Foco's 35th Anniversary. For more info check out >>>
Kamoinge | a group of people acting together... was formed in New York in 1963 to address the under-representation of black photographers in the art world. The group was founded by Louis Draper, Ray Francis, Herbert Randall and Albert Fennar, with Roy DeCarava serving as its first director.
Kamoinge's body of work spans the past forty years and included numerous images of daily life in black America during the last half of the twentieth century.
To preview works in the collection of Kamoinge's present membership, please do not leave the site before visiting the Gallery.
Ten artists from Kamoinge, a pioneering photographic collective, work together to reveal "The Face of Katrina" in all its terror, irony, beauty and humanity.
Salimah Ali, Gerald Cyrus, Collette V. Fournier, Russell K. Frederick, Wayne Lawrence, John Pinderhughes, Herb Robinson, Radcliffe Roye, Frank Stewart and Shawn Walker
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