For this 12th edition, the Bamako Encounters, the internationally renowned biennial history dedicated to photography and video art on the African continent, has decided to use the fists adorned with rings by the Malian photographer Fototala King Massasy as the main communication image from the Tenir series (“Hold up”). I believe that this starting point will perfectly illustrate from the series. I believe that this starting point will perfectly illustrate the feeling of this edition, since indeed, no matter the context of the country – which we know difficult, the event holds and remains standing despite the obstacles that the organization of...
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