“Mr. Sanlé’s work documenting the cultural scene is reminiscent of that by Malick Sidibé and Seydou Keita … and now it is his turn to be lionized.” – The New York Times We fulfilled people’s fantasies. We gave them a chance to experiment, to escape their ordinary lives” – Sanlé Sory Sanlé Sory’s ‘Peuple de la Nuit’ portraits capture the vibrant youth culture, dance parties and flourishing music scene of his home city, a Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, West Africa. This expansive collection of images, taken between the years 1960-1985 will be unveiled for the first time in a stunning...
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