Throughout his life, the Mali photographer Malick Sidibé (1935–2016) immortalized the smiles of his country. The Fondation Cartier in Paris pays homage to the master with a vast retrospective that features over 250 photographs. Some photographs capture pain and turn it into striking tableaus that magnify human suffering in a facial expression or a bodily posture. Malick Sidibé, on the...
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