Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa is a British writer and photographer; he also contributed essays for monographs by Paul Graham and Vanessa Winship.
As indicated on the LightWork website : « His photographic work addresses questions of patriarchy, race, history, and identity. »
His book "One Wall a Web" (Roma Publications, 2018) about the divisions and violences, today and in history, within the American society received the « First Photobook » Award from Paris Photo / Aperture Foundation in 2018.
© Portrait taken from the Georgia State University website
Presentation by Roma Publications: "The book gathers together work from two photographic series, Our Present Invention (2012-14) and All My Gone Life (2014-17), as well as two text collages all made in and focused specifically on the United States. Through a mixture of writing, portraiture, landscape and appropriated archival images, the book describes...