culture

Magritte
R. Levin | 05/17/2022

René Magritte, the most influential Belgian artist of 20th-century, never explained anything.  Nor did he ever analyze. Especially his own highly thought-provocative work. It speaks for itself.

Day In Athens
Margarita Issari | 04/29/2022

The "Day in Athens" project became my very first as an amateur photographer.  Imagine you hop on a train with your best friend. Both have your cameras. The only goal...

Captura de pantalla
Carlota Bravo Reta | 04/18/2022

The aura we are able to perceive here on a simple trip to Costa Rica is extraordinary. It strikes me as an atemporal process, a self-identification with a familiar place....

Venice
Elisa Vovos | 04/05/2022

I often tend to offer a series of well-developed arguments, touting Parisian pride and snobbishness. Not as to justify either, but rather to turn in as a trait of an elegantly...

Int’l Dance Day
Margarita Issari | 02/18/2022

Despite my enduring exposure to this art form, however, I never actually had captured any on film. My previous experimentation had been limited to street photography, nature coverage and portraits...

Tamale
Romain Martin | 02/17/2022

When in Accra, I would ask what Tamale was like, and the only response I ever received was: “It’s terribly hot there.” Most Ghanians, from the south, had actually never...

Crossroads Berlin
R. Levin | 02/08/2022

In 1984, Berlin was a city divided, a city still rebuilding from the war.  The democratic West existed as a landlocked island within communist East Germany. It was in fact...

Coffee Culture
Angelique Bosc | 02/07/2022

I am no better than the many sleep-deprived college students as they embark on their daily pilgrimage to find caffeine. Coffee shops provide a familiar cozy background to students.

Back in Bohemia
R. Levin | 01/03/2022

Prague has always been a special place.  At the end of World War II, when the Allies' bombs destroyed Dresden, the west decided to save Prague.  The city thus survived...

Ubantu
Romain Martin | 01/02/2022

The Legon Campus is full of these massive and exacting concrete blocks, monstrous rectangular buildings that seem to dominate space and nature. Straight, uniform, and impersonal lines reign.