The Yossi Milo Gallery in New York is hosting an exhibition of 1994, the latest series by the South-African photographer Pieter Hugo. Evoking the Rwandan genocide as well as the collapse of the Apartheid, the series is exceptionally well balanced. The artist’s detached poetic gaze highlights a generation of children and teenagers caught up between the unknown pain of the past and questions about the future.
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