Photo Essay

The Accra Project In Photos

Posted: August 14, 2013 at 2:58 pm by invisible

Invisible Borders Trans-African Photographers Organisation, in collaboration with Foundation for Contemporary Arts Ghana and Accra[dot]Alt, was proud to present  THE ACCRA PROJECT. The Accra Project, took place from the 12th – 20th of July, 2013 in Ghana, bringing together artists from Ghana and Nigeria for a compelling and unprecedented photography exhibition, workshop and symposium. The […]

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Invisible Borders in N’Djamena (Tchad) in photos

Posted: July 6, 2013 at 7:55 pm by invisible

we have just returned from N’Djamena after a very intense but super exciting 12 days. As some of you may have seen from all the postings on facebook, the project was exciting and very well received by the N’Djamena public. The public engaged with the images displayed in a profound and unpretentious manner. They equally […]

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Invisible Borders 2012 – A Photo Essay

Posted: May 23, 2013 at 11:45 am by invisible

Photos: Jide Odukoya, Novo Isioro, Ray-Daniels Okeugo & Emeka Okereke; Text: Emmanuel Iduma Note: I have taken the liberty to make ‘chapters’ of our stories, with the hope that readers find it accessible, and ultimately, delightful. The reader may choose to read the text as it appears underneath each photograph (repeated in photos belonging to the same ‘chapter’, without […]

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Sinking, Rising – The Sinking Mud Story

Posted: September 8, 2012 at 8:59 am by invisible

Download as pdf: Photo Essay – Sinking-Rising – Mud Story. Images: Novo Isioro, Emeka Okereke, Ray Daniels Okeugo, Jide Odukoya & Mario Macilau Text: Emmanuel Iduma When the night began, only lightened by our van’s headlight, it seemed to me like a game, one that is played without an outcome in mind. Here the mud workers […]

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