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02/11/11 , , , , ,

photographer russell frederick tells a bed-stuy story a thousand words at a time.  it’s a tale of diversity, in both experience and personality, that truly captures the essence of brooklyn.  click on the too-fly young boy for a photo slide show of frederick’s work and an interview that he did with ny times.

related:  mr. frederick is a member of the photographic collective kamoinge (which means “a group of people working together” in the east african language kikuya).  established in 1963, kamoinge hopes to “address the under-representation of black photographers in the art world.”  go to their home page below to learn more about the group’s history and to see their photo gallery.



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