"I knew before he responded to my question what his answer would be. Jaime Quispe stood out to me amidst the crowds in the working class Limeño beach of Playa Agua Dulce because of the portrait of the woman tattooed to his chest."
I wish to investigate and illustrate the relationship between two kinds of memory: the kind that is documented by mechanical recording devices, such as the camera, or preserved through historical materials such as maps, birth certificates, ledgers, and the kind of memory which resides in the recesses of the mind. -- Terry Boddie, excerpt from … Continue reading Print Program Highlight: Terry Boddie’s School Days
The Schomburg held a panel called, “Visually Speaking: Women Image Makers,” led by Grace Aneiza Ali, Founder and Editorial Director at Of Note Magazine. It consisted of four influential women in today’s art world: Lauri Lyons, Dephine Fawundu, Lalyah Amatullah Barrayn, and En Foco’s Executive Director, Miriam Romais. Each of them have explored a variety of concepts relating to identity, race, class, nationalism both within and outside the US, human experience, spirituality and have traveled the world creating and inspiring others along the way.