“No Wall” For this project, I wanted to create photographs that not only reflect the visual landscape of the emotions that people are going through at this specific mercurial period in history, but also to create stills that are visually attractive to the eye. I wanted to create photographs that are free of cultural, ethnicity, race and gender boundaries.
Malike Sidibe attended Parsons School of Design and is currently a student at Santa Monica Community College. Malike won the prestigious Nikon Award at the Eddie Adams Workshop. He is widely published including The New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Business Week, and New York Magazine. He has exhibited at the Afropunk festival sponsored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is in corporate collections such as Nikon and Instagram.
Small Print: 8.5 x 11 inch paper with image proportionally sized
Large Print: 17x22 inch paper with image proportionally sized
Other size prints are available on request and priced accordingly.
All images are printed on archival paper and have an NYC SALT stamp on the verso.