“Everybody feels good-looking, but I know I’m good-looking.” This sentence displayed on the wall of the Samuel Fosso exhibition at the Fondation Zinsou in Cotonou makes one smile. The first time one sees this Cameroonian photographer’s work, surprise is in order. For those already familiar with his unique approach, this exhibition revisits his career chronologically through fifteen photographs.
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