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 TribalPhoto
"This web site is a venue for photographers with tribal images who want to offer their work in support of tribal survival. We will promote opportunities for exhibitions at schools, universities and any other institutions where tribal survival is considered important." The site presents photos from various photographers, and different cultures, including a number of African peoples.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Travel Photos by Galen Frysinger
This is the web site of Galen Frysinger, a retired scientist who now, he says, spends most of his time traveling (and sharing his travel, and life, with the world through his rather extensive web site!). In Africa so far he has visited 20 countries, and the site is chock-full of his photos from each country visited.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 The Dogon, a Washington Post PhotoVoyage
A collection of images of Mali, by photographer Jose Azel.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Snapshots of Daily Life: Mali and Burkina Faso
Images of daily life for people in two African countries. Photos by Lee McIntyre with accompanying text by Prof. Christopher Roy. Photograph subjects include architecture, Dogon villages, market scenes, murals and signs.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Shawn Davis Photography
Shawn Davis is a freelance documentary photographer and writer. In the 'galleries' is a selection of photographs he shot in Mali where he lived and worked as a Peace Corps volunteer for two years.
[posted: Jun 24, 2004]
 Seydou Keita
An interview with Seydou Keita, one of Africa's best known photographers, along with a selection of his photos.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Portrait Africa: a century of photographic standpoints
"The exhibition 'A Portrait of Africa' narrates another chapter in the encounter between the very different cultures of Europe and Africa, an encounter that has never been one-sided. Photography as a medium of technical progress has emancipated the African photographer from the weight of 'centuries-old traditions', a category in which western audiences still tend to put African artists."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Philip Kwame Apagya
"In Africa, a photo studio is the place where dreams come true... Apagya's formal portraits in front of commissioned painted backgrounds are both unreal and hyperealistic: the dreams of african people are put on stage - against scenery which praises consumer society."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Mirella Ricciardi
"Mirella's first book, Vanishing Africa, was published in 1971. An international bestseller, it made her reputation; one reviewer wrote that it was 'a masterpiece of photographic excellence'. She has since published four other photographic books - Vanishing Amazon, African Saga, African Rainbow and most recently, African Visions." The site has text and images from her latest book.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Gary Cook Photography
"Specialising in travel and expedition photography Gary Cook has many years experience of providing evocative landscape, people, nature and architectural images". His site has photos from various parts of Africa.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
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