By Ryerson Image Centre

For almost 200 years, photographers have framed the way we see the world and shaped the visual culture that all of us live within. We spoke to artists, activists, and curators about the representation of African women in photography in relation to a new exhibition at the Ryerson Image Centre, The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture. Podcast produced by The Walrus Lab.

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