Exercise 2.4 – Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa

Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa position appears to be one of prejudice, based on history, perhaps before writing his scathing critic he should have first contacted the artist to clarify their position, rather than simply damning their work. I believe Hoek’s intentions were honourable and as he points out as photographers and artist work can be about theContinue reading “Exercise 2.4 – Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa”

Reading Task – The Impossibilities to shoot as a white photographer on the African Continent by Jan Hoek

https://americansuburbx.com/2015/11/the-impossibilities-to-shoot-as-a-white-p hotographer-on-the-african-continent.html Jan Hoek wrote a reply to Wolukau-Wanambwa’s critique of Sassen’s, de Midel’s and his work defending his non-racist intentions. Perhaps, we must all ask ourselves can we truly ever be totally unprejudiced as a human race? Notes and Quotes In an article on Aperture.org (http://aperture.org/blog/lives-others/), Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwawiped the floor with the work of artists VivanneContinue reading “Reading Task – The Impossibilities to shoot as a white photographer on the African Continent by Jan Hoek”

Reading Task – ‘The Lives of Others’ by Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa

The Lives of Others The above link is for the essay’ The Lives of Others, (2015) by Stanley Wolukay-Wanambewa. (2015), first appeared in issue 17 of the Aperture Photography App. He starts his essay critiquing a photo book of the Dutch photographer Jan Hoek’s New Ways of Photographing the New Masai (Art Paper Editions, 2014). Notes andContinue reading “Reading Task – ‘The Lives of Others’ by Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa”

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