In his new picture series Samburuland, the photographer Mario Marino delves into the traditional world of the indigenous people of northern Kenya. The Samburus nomadic people. They have been settling in the northern part of Kenya for more than 500 years and denying their existence as farmers and ranchers. Mario Marino spends several months with them, accompanies their everyday life as well as the spiritual ceremony of a traditional wedding. As so often in Mario Marino’s work, the dignity and grace of the individual are at the center of his portraits. The focus of Mario Marino (born 1967) is on...
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