Jimmy Chin is a professional rock climber, photographer, and award-winning film director. His ability to capture the beauty of action…
In this XOTV episode, James Edward Mills talks about connections to nature and his new book, “The Adventure Gap: Changing…
People with a cross-cultural background have found themselves scattered across numerous industries around the world. This is no different for the photography sector…
International hairstylist has worked extensively in Hollywood and wanted to depict African-American girls as princesses.
A NIGERIAN WORLD TRAVELER LIVING IN THE U.K. SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT. STOP TRYING TO DILUTE OR EXPLAIN AWAY MY TRUTH.
Photography as a Diverse art form and it’s inclusion in art galleries: A conversation about diverse representation and inclusion.
Bridging the gap between commercial and fine art photography is a challenging task, but military brat and domestic TCK Annie Leibovitz does it with ease.
France and Italy have been known to be influential in the art world for centuries — the former birthing avante-garde and works by Rodin, Monet and others, and the latter blessing us with pieces, such as the Mona Lisa and the David sculpture. American art didn’t gain traction or credibility until the late 1930s with the rise of the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Born in Havana, Cuba in November 1948, Ana Mendieta was a well-known performance artist throughout the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. At age 12, she and her sister were forced to flee Cuba after her father joined an anti-Castro counter-revolutionary force, and the two siblings spent their first few weeks in the United States at a refugee camp in Florida until they were sent to an orphanage in Dubuque, Iowa — a location with a culture very different from the life Ana knew back in Cuba. She wouldn’t reunite with her mother and brother for five years and her father for another 18.
Portrait Photographer Betsy Meredith talks about her motivation for photographing foster children.