Harlem Nights: The Work of Khalik Allah

Richard Brody of The New Yorker penned an excellent piece on the work of the phenomenal filmmaker/photographer Khalik Allah. Mr. Brody delves into Allah’s “Camera Ministry” and the obvious love he has for the folks he photographs. You see, Khalik Allah’s subjects are mainly the drug addicted and homeless people who congregate at the corner of 125th Street and Lexington Ave. You can purchase his photo book Souls Against the Concrete or catch an exhibit of his work at the Gitterman Gallery this coming March.

Check out: A Filmmaker and Photographer’s Urgent, Personal Portraits of Harlem at Night

Related:

Khalik Allah’s Movie Captures Harlem Faces and Voices by Moonlight | NY Times

Meet Harlem’s ‘Official’ Street Photographer | LightBox

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Check out: A Filmmaker and Photographer’s Urgent, Personal Portraits of Harlem at Night

Related:

Khalik Allah’s Movie Captures Harlem Faces and Voices by Moonlight | NY Times

Meet Harlem’s ‘Official’ Street Photographer | LightBox

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