Articles by: adamadelphine

Filmmakers capture inside look at building at a crossroads

BY MIKE MCLAUGHLIN     Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 3:43 PM THREE BROOKLYN friends discovered art in affordable housing. A photographer and two filmmakers from Tivoli Towers, a huge Crown Heights building, pointed their cameras on daily life in the close-knit Mitchell-Lama complex confronting deteriorating conditions and gentrification, and produced a real picture of the community. “What we […]

Read More

New York Magazine reviews “Patiently Waiting”, 2000

Commitment-phobia Though “Committed to the Image” is itself noncommittal in its approach to contemporary black photography, it includes some strikingly beautiful pictures. By Mark Stevens  The poster for Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers is a challenging picture by Delphine A. Fawundu called Patiently Waiting. It depicts a naked woman, seen from the back, […]

Read More