David Hill Gallery presents Tête-à-Têtes : West African Portraiture from Independence into the 21st Century. This group show brings together the work of some of the most influential and important West African photographers, including Sanlé Sory (b.1943), Rachidi Bissiriou (b. 1950), Malick Sidibé (1935-2016) and Leonce Raphael Agbodjélou (b 1965). Opened on 18 September at the London Gallery and co-curated by Carrie Scott and David Hill, the exhibition celebrates the emergence of a new identity in post-colonial West Africa. To run alongside the physical exhibition, a sixteen-minute film has been produced by David Hill and Carrie Scott to introduce the...
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