Our resident artist’s TunnelVision were featured on Afropunk.com. The article, “BLACK LIFE THROUGH A BLACK LENS – YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKING CONTROL OF THEIR IMAGES AND THEIR CAREERS” , discusses the paths that young black independent photographers are taking to propel their careers.
Here is an excerpt:
JD started TunnelVision, a gallery and artist agency based in Brooklyn, as a way to provide Black contemporary artists with the kind of back-end machine that propels mainstream careers. “Systems that are alive and running in other art markets are not open to our world,” he says. “You need to create your own. You have to be actively a part of the world that sustains your kind of art and your perspective.