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Photo series by Malte Wandel through his nine month stay in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo. In the series “PLEASE DON´T SMILE”, Malte Wandel successfully captures moments of the present in West Afric…

A world of unrest: how the Wind of Change swept through the 60s – in pictures

A world of unrest: how the Wind of Change swept through the – in pictures

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kids in love - Olivia Bee’s first solo exhibition, ‘Kids in Love,’ is currently being showcased at the Agnes B. The series docu.

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Olivia Bee's photography is a romantic ode to the fleeting beauty of youth... http://www.we-heart.com/2014/07/18/olivia-bee-kids-in-love-at-agnes-b-galerie-boutique-soho-new-york/

Olivia Bee's photography is a romantic ode to the fleeting beauty of youth...

Culture quest: Photographer Muntu Vilakazi documented life in East Rand townships for his exhibition The Politics of Bling: An East Rand Culture Quest. (Supplied)

Culture quest: Photographer Muntu Vilakazi documented life in East Rand townships for his exhibition The Politics of Bling: An East Rand Culture Quest.

THIS IS MY AFRICA by Zina Saro-Wiwa: In a world where brand Africa is dominated by the continents political and social failures, one of the ways to counter this negative onslaught is through emphasising culture and sharing positive personal experiences. This Is My Africa exists to share information about Africa, improve its image and grow its cultural sector.

An excerpt of the award-winning documentary by Zina Saro-Wiwa, This Is My Africa.

Former street child Mario Macilau, as he uses photography to investigate the growing gap between rich and poor in Mozambique. “There is no longer a middle class in our country,” says Mario.

African photography is on the rise. From street to art photography, conceptual and documentary to fashion shoots, home-grown photographers are increasingly showing the world what they see through the lens (and not only in Africa's Francophone countries).

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