Following the Weather Man, exhibited in 2015 at the In Camera Gallery, Evgenia Arbugaeva is showing Amani, her latest series shot in northeastern Tanzania. In eleven pictures, the Russian photographer documents what, in the twentieth century, was the last malaria research station, and is today a unique place preserved from oblivion by former lab assistants who have kept it alive.
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