Lilit Matevosyan
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magazine doodle by artist Ana Strumpf / sfgirlbybay

magazine doodle by artist Ana Strumpf / sfgirlbybay

Geisha

Geisha

Hand Colored Photographic Images of Meiji Era Japan -  Toy vendor.

Hand Colored Photographic Images of Meiji Era Japan - Toy vendor.

"The confections made from a paste are blown like glass into various shapes, and allowed to harden", quoted from the 1897 caption. This studio shot is interesting: the poses are not standard, and the context they provide with their well-worn, everyday garments next to the beat-up portable "Candy Store" makes this image valuable for capturing a seldom seen moment of a Child's life in old Japan.

"The confections made from a paste are blown like glass into various shapes, and allowed to harden", quoted from the 1897 caption. This studio shot is interesting: the poses are not standard, and the context they provide with their well-worn, everyday garments next to the beat-up portable "Candy Store" makes this image valuable for capturing a seldom seen moment of a Child's life in old Japan.

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Omar Victor Diop, “Omar Ibn Said” (2015), pigment inkjet printing on Hahnemuhle paper, 120 x 80cm

Omar Victor Diop, “Omar Ibn Said” (2015), pigment inkjet printing on Hahnemuhle paper, 120 x 80cm

MarpLondon

MarpLondon

Hint Fashion Magazine Fantastic portraits of Malian society in the 1950s, by Seydou Keïta

Hint Fashion Magazine Fantastic portraits of Malian society in the 1950s, by Seydou Keïta

Dans les années 1950, il y avait trois photographes à Bamako : Seydou Keïta à Bamako Coura, Malick Sidibé à Bagadadji et Sakaly, un jeune Marocain, à Médina Coura. Notre préférence était Seydou Keïta pour les photos de studio, Malick pour les photos de surprises-parties et Sakaly pour les photos d’identité.

Dans les années 1950, il y avait trois photographes à Bamako : Seydou Keïta à Bamako Coura, Malick Sidibé à Bagadadji et Sakaly, un jeune Marocain, à Médina Coura. Notre préférence était Seydou Keïta pour les photos de studio, Malick pour les photos de surprises-parties et Sakaly pour les photos d’identité.

Made You Look Malick Sidibé

Made You Look Malick Sidibé