Capt. Jonathan Atkin specializes in aerial images for the maritime industry. An accomplished image maker for editorial and corporate clients, Jonathan’s passion has long included dance and maritime. Continue Reading →
Flowers, Carl Van Vechten’s Harlem Renaissance still life reflection is circa., is Harlem during 1920’s – 1930’s, Continue Reading →
Flowers, Carl Van Vechten, channels a movement during the Harlem Renaissance, circa.,1920’s – 1930’s, Continue Reading →
This time our man Seitu Oronde was all over the lunar surface at the Comic Con 2014 down the road on Thursday, October 9 – 12, at the Jacob Javits Center, in New York.
Ruben has been photographing the five boroughs of New York for many years documenting the gentrification of neighborhoods yet also capturing the beauty of cultures coming together – particularly in his home base of Harlem. Continue Reading →
The African Choir were a group of young South African singers that toured Britain between 1891 and 1893. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
Police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, and congressmen—50 years after the Civil Rights Movement almost 2 million African-Americans fill just about every thinkable position throughout the city.
On Friday, September 12th, 2014, friends and colleagues from the literary world, New York celebrities, and family came out to celebrate Dr. Maya Angelou, writer, poet, and activist at the historic Riverside Church near her Harlem home on West 120th Street. Continue Reading →
By Diane Allford
On Tuesday, September 16th, 2014, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) turned the first sod at their new building on East 125th street in Harlem. Continue Reading →
A great photograph by legendary Harlem photographer Gordon Parks of a food seller on Lenox Avenue and 129th Street scene, Harlem, New York, in June, 1943.