The Days go on, and on.


I apologize greatly for my lack of updates but this year has been incredibly busy. I have recently become published in The Peel Literary and Arts Review, a literary magazine based in Boone, North Carolina. It was an extreme honor to be recognized by them. Two of my works, “The Days go on and on” and “Beauty and Corruption” we’re presented and displayed as a part of the fall release exhibition in December. For the Spring release in May, a more prestigious one, they selected “The Days go on and on”. The magazine published it within the 2014-2015 book, and it had a two page spread at that! It was all very exciting. The photo above is taken of the first exhibition in February. Thank you all for your love and support!

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  1. by RMAU

    Mame Diarra Niang’s “Metropolis Central” series of photographs flattens Johannesburg’s urban landscape into arrangements of colored planes, refashioning it into an imaginary, mutable territory that stands in for the artist’s peripatetic upbringing.

  2. The responsibility for curating a photographic exhibition requires extensive knowledge of and a burning passion for the art form. A curator can be charged with creating a show for either a solo photographer or a group of artists. In addition, the curator may be selecting works for any number of venues, including a museum, a private gallery or a gallery affiliated with a university. Although there are different considerations depending on the type of exhibition and venue, the basic steps are universal.

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