Whether observing the funeral practices of the Dogon or the cult of the Hauka in Ghana, the filmmaker and photographer Jean Rouch immortalized the rites of numerous African tribes in the early 1950s. An exhibition at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris presents little-known photographs resulting from that work. The images are juxtaposed with the work of an admirer of...
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