The Photography Art of Phyllis GalemboJuxtapoz // Friday, 28 Jan 2011
Of course, a lot of great photography like what you see from Phyllis Galembo has to do with access and the exploration of a given subject, but that ability to seek out these situations does make certain photographers stand apart. The subjects in Galembo's work are people and costumes we have never seen before, and her series' are unique explorations into parts of the world that are not often documented.
These photographs capture areas in Sierre Leone, Nigeria, Zambia, Burkina-Faso, Mexico, and Haiti. Galembo has shown in New York City, the Netherlands, and at the Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.
Look at a mini-portfolio below: