The New African Photography: Emeke Okereke

Emeka Okereke leads a busload of artists and photographers for the Invisible Borders road trip of a lifetime as they search for new ways to portray their continent and explore their art.
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6 x 30 mins Documentary series, Al Jazeera English, Artscape strand

Acclaimed photographers George Osodi and Mario Macilau feature in ‘The New African Photography”, which profiles six artists determined to take back control of how their continent is portrayed.

The series also features Invisible Borders organiser Emeka Okereke, Kenyan Fashion photographer Barbara Minishi, Baudouin Mouanda from the Congo and South Africa’s Neo Ntsoma.

“Thought-provoking…[shows] the contradictions that accompany themes of inequality, national unity, and personal dreams.” Africa Is Not A Country

"Simply deep and emotional..." Landry Mbassi (YouTube)

"Just letting you know, we viewing this all the from East Africa. [Africa is watching]. Good Job Brother!!" Young Blaks (YouTube)

"Inspiring. The best half-hour of my evening." John Daniel Gore (YouTube)

Creator & Series Producer: Daniel Davies
Commissioning Editor: Flora Gregory


Emeke Okereke & Neo Ntsoma directed by May Abdulla

Barbara Minishi & George Osodi directed by Katharina von Schroeder

Baudouin Mouanda directed by Philippe Cordey

Mario Marcilau directed by Francois Verster