In the ongoing Micro Neighborhoods series, Untapped Cities looks at Little Senegal in central Harlem, New York City.
Rising From Ashes is a documentary chronicles the founding, building of Team Rwanda and the fight to qualify for the Olympics. The film shows in NYC Aug. 2nd.
Beautifully sited on the curving shore of the Indian Ocean in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam sits on ancient trade routes
A look at the music scene in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, and its comparison to Lagos. "Abujans know how to party,” says Time-Out Abuja editor Nana Ocran.
In a show at the Brooklyn Museum, El Anatsui brings into play the contrast between the sumptuous appearance and valueless materials of his sculptures.
Lagos, a growing megacity, is trying to move forward and out of poverty with sound transport policies and building infrastructure - but it will have to tackle crime as well to shake what seems like a fearsome reputation.
JR went to the Israel/Palestinian border, photographed people on each side making caricatures of themselves and then posted oversized photo printouts on the opposite side. Winner of the 2011 Ted Prize, he has taken this concept to the streets of Africa and the slums of South America, and now you can get involved this summer at the Pompidou Centre.