The revelation of the 9th Rencontres de Bamako can be found in the Ritual Arts Hall of the National Museum of Mali: Soungalo Malé.
Portraits and studio portraits clearly linked to the history of African photography. Perhaps, yet so different, so revealing of future discoveries waiting to be made, if time remains and the archives haven’t been destroyed.
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