What do photographers Seydou Keita, Malick Sidibé, Youssouf Sogodogo, Alioune Ba, Samuel Fosso, Pieter Hugo, Mouna Karray, Baudouin Mouanda, Aïda Muluneh, Kiripi Katembo, Athi Patra Ruga, Zanele Muholi or Omar Victor Diop have in common? For each of them, if the Bamako encounters were not the place of their revelation to the world, they were at least an exceptional springboard for their career. Since its creation in 1994, the African Biennial of Photography has aimed to reveal young talents from the African world. No exception, therefore, for this 12th edition, which gives pride of place to young artists under the...
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