With its large collection of African art assembled by its founder, Arthur Walther, the Walther Collection in New York is holding an exhibition of the work of Cameroonian photographer Samuel Fosso from now through January. It looks back at the history of the first studio opened by Fosso in Bangui, Central African Republic, at the age of 13, after fleeing the civil war in Nigeria.
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