The Ghetto Tarot

The Ghetto Tarot is a photographic interpretation of the traditional tarot deck in the ghetto. The scenes are inspired by the Rider Waite Tarot deck (originally designed in 1909 by artist Pamela Colman Smith) and are replicated together with a group of Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans (resistant artists) in the Haitian slums using only … More The Ghetto Tarot

Kumu Hina

  Imagine a world where a little boy can grow up to be the woman of his dreams, and a young girl can rise to become a leader of men. Welcome to Kumu Hina’s Hawaii.

Not in the News: The Sochi Project – Building the winter Capital

  “The largest structures are being built on groundwater areas between two big mountain rivers, ski slopes are carving up UNESCO World Heritage sites and thousands of people are being forced to abandon house, hearth and land in exchange for an uncertain future. This is a private project for Putin and a few oligarchs. We’ve … More Not in the News: The Sochi Project – Building the winter Capital

Roadside Rebels: Heritage Theatre and the Confederate Flag

Originally posted on Archaeology and Material Culture:
In 1913 a Confederate veteran posed for this picture alongside the “conquered banner” (image from Library of Congress). Last weekend a Confederate battle flag rose alongside Interstate-95 in Chester, Virginia.  Chester is just south of Richmond, which is surrounded by Civil War landmarks including more than 30 preserved…