Cara Elise Taylor
Photographer

Cara Elise Taylor is a photographer from the Midwest, shooting primarily with analog modes of photography and videography. The themes in her work include nostalgia/memory, food, Afrolatinidad, Caribbean life, and community. She loves color, candor, natural light, and using art to stay connected to her body. She’s perpetually interested in displaying the intimate and ordinary feelings and behaviors of Black people globally – keeping a record of the African diaspora for future generations to observe. Her work has been exhibited at WACO Theater Center and Leimin Gallery, and she has been published in Womanly Magazine, Luna Collective, Washington Post, and more.

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Cara Elise Taylor
Photographer

Cara Elise Taylor is a photographer from the Midwest, shooting primarily with analog modes of photography and videography. The themes in her work include nostalgia/memory, food, Afrolatinidad, Caribbean life, and community. She loves color, candor, natural light, and using art to stay connected to her body. She’s perpetually interested in displaying the intimate and ordinary feelings and behaviors of Black people globally – keeping a record of the African diaspora for future generations to observe. Her work has been exhibited at WACO Theater Center and Leimin Gallery, and she has been published in Womanly Magazine, Luna Collective, Washington Post, and more.

  • Mikel Bastida: Anarene
    Publication
    Tipi Photo Bookshop
    International
    Anarene is a book that was born from an eight-year photographic project made by Mikel Bastida in the United States. In the spirit of referencing the ghost town in Archer County, Texas, portrayed in Peter Bogdanovich’s film adaptation of Larry McMurtry’s novel The Last Picture Show, the author has traveled the country looking for images and stories that cinema has left behind. (more…)
  • Myriam Boulos: What’s Ours
    Publication
    Aperture
    International
    A searing, diaristic portrayal of a city and society in revolution by Magnum nominee Myriam Boulos. In her debut monograph, Myriam Boulos casts an unflinching eye on the revolution that began in Lebanon in 2019 with protests against government corruption and austerity – culminating with the aftermath of the devastating Beirut port explosion of August 2020. (more…)