Salimah Ali

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Salimah Ali
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịNjikota Obodo Amerika Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya1954 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụHarlem Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụosee foto, onye na-ahu maka ihe nkiri Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọFashion Institute of Technology, LaGuardia Community College Dezie
Ebe obibiNew York City, Queens Dezie

  Salimah Ali (amụrụ n'afọ 1954) bụ onye Amerịka na-ese foto n'oge a na-arụ ọrụ na portraiture, dọkumentari ise foto, na foto jonalizm.[1][2]

Mbido ndụ na agụmakwụkwọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ Ali n'afọ 1954 na Harlem, New York City.[3] Ọ nọrọ n'oge ọ bụ nwata na Manhattan, Brooklyn, na Queens.[4] Ọ bụ nna ya, onye na-ese mmanụ, zụrụ Ali igwefoto mbụ ya, site na nwata.[5]

Mgbe ọ malitere ọrụ foto ya site na ise foto nke ụmụ ọhụrụ na ndị lụrụ di ọhụrụ, Ali nwetara ezumike mbụ ya mgbe ọ na-agụ akwụkwọ na LaGuardia Community College. Ọ hụrụ ihe ngosi na-akpọsa egwu Eddie Kendricks wee kpọtụrụ onye na-akwado ihe ngosi ahụ iji jụọ ma ọ nwere ike ise foto Kendricks. Onye na-akwado ya gwara ya ee, nke ahụ meghere ụzọ maka Ali ka ọ gaa n'ihu na-ese foto ndị egwu ndị ọzọ, gụnyere Stevie Wonder; Patti LaBelle; Earth, Wind, and Fire; Bob Marley; na ndị ọzọ.[5][6]

Ali mechara gaa na Fashion Institute of Technology, ebe ọ nwetara akara ugo mmụta na foto.[4]

Ọrụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọrụ Ali apụtala n'ọtụtụ akwụkwọ, gụnyere Essence, Black Enterprise, USA Today, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, na The Washington Post.[7][8]

Ali bụ onye otu Kamoinge, otu ndị na-ese foto n'Afrịka na New York. Ìgwè ahụ na-arụ ọrụ iji gosipụta ihe ngosi ziri ezi nke ahụmịhe ndị Afrịka-Amerịka site na foto. N'afọ 2007, ha nwetara onyinye iji see foto mgbe ajọ ifufe Katrina gasịrị.[9] Ali sonyere na ọrụ ahụ, na-ese foto nke ndị bi na New Orleans n'akụkụ mkpọmkpọ ebe nke ụlọ ha mebiri emebi.[10]

Kemgbe afọ 2001, Ali arụwokwa ọrụ dịka onye na-ese foto maka Ngalaba Ndị Uwe Ojii New York City.[5]

Ihe ngosi ndị a họọrọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'afọ 2018, e gosipụtara ntinye nke foto Ali na Queens Library.[11] N'afọ 2019, Ali sonyere na nnukwu ihe ngosi otu na African American Museum na Philadelphia.[12] N'afọ 2020, Ali gosipụtara na "Visions 1020," ihe ngosi foto na Wilmer Jennings Kenkeleba Gallery na East Village, Manhattan.[13]

  1. Salimah Ali. Photography Collections Preservation Project.
  2. Salimah Ali – Artists at No Longer Empty. nolongerempty. Archived from the original on 2022-06-30. Retrieved on 2022-06-15.
  3. Salimah Ali: Legendary Eye • EBONY (en-US). EBONY. Retrieved on 2022-04-08.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Member – Salimah Ali (en-US). Kamoinge. Archived from the original on July 12, 2020. Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 A Photojournalist On Both Sides Of The Law (en-US). The Culture Crush. Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  6. Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster – Salimah Ali. www.katrinamedia.org. Archived from the original on 2021-11-02. Retrieved on 2022-06-15.
  7. Finkelman (2009). Encyclopedia of African American History: 5-Volume Set (in en). Oxford University Press, USA. ISBN 978-0-19-516779-5. 
  8. "Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster" at FotoWeek DC (en). www.opensocietyfoundations.org. Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  9. MacDonald (May 3, 2011). Intimate Moments in the African Diaspora (en-US). Lens Blog. Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  10. Photographs by Salimah Ali. Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster. Archived from the original on 2020-12-10. Retrieved on 2020-07-27.
  11. Why Southeast Queens Is Primed to Be NYC's Next Creative Hub (en-US). Observer (March 1, 2018). Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  12. New AAMP exhibit examines Black masculinity with works by Black female and non-binary artists (en-US). The Philadelphia Citizen (October 1, 2019). Retrieved on July 12, 2020.
  13. McCallister. CARIBBEAT: Free 'History Month' session to help today's women attain sought-after mental, physical and financial health. nydailynews.com. Retrieved on July 12, 2020.