Cuba/New York | Muralist Katie Yamasaki On Giving Girls A Voice Through Art

April 1, 2013 · Leave a Comment 

Katie YamasakiMuralist Katie Yamasaki in her studio. Photo by Michael Chung

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US | Jose Parla’s ‘Walls, Diaries and Paintings’

March 13, 2011 · Leave a Comment 

José Parlá “Order, Pattern, Organization, Form & Relationship.” Courtesy of Bryce Wolkowitz.

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Cuba | Terrence Jennings: Invincible

May 22, 2009 · Leave a Comment 

Supa Boy, Terrence Jennings 
Havanna, Cuba. 2000.

of note interviews photographer Terrence Jennings, as part of its FOCUS series.

of note: Take us through this image. What’s the story behind capturing it?

Terrence Jennings: The young boy in this photograph is Bernardo, Jr. He’s standing in front of a house that was being rebuilt. Stacked around its frame were bricks and other building materials. Bernardo ran to the top of the bricks. He wanted to show me that he could bend the piece of metal in his hand. I remember him saying, “Look what I can do.”

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