The six photographers shown in this exhibition – Wayne Miller, Ray K. Metzker, Marvin E. Newman, Vivian Maier, Tom Arndt, and Carlos Javier Ortiz – are covering a period of photography which goes from 1940 to today. They have neither the same process nor the same eye. Each of them bring us a different vision of this Afro-American community coming...
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