Arena for Contemporary African, African-American and Caribbean Art

Author: Evan D. Williams

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Fabrice Monteiro


Photography has always been of great importance, from the first postcards produced in colonial times that were major tools for racial propaganda to the proliferation of local studio photographers like Seydou Keita in Mali and Mama Casset in Senegal that gave early-twentieth-century Africans the opportunity to choose how they were represented

Evan D. Williams in conversation with Belgium-born, Senegal-based Fabrice Monteiro
Holy II, from Vues de l’esprit, 2012

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