In a style which is as stark as the local mud houses, Dick Wittenberg describes ten years of Dickisoni’s bare existence, a typical village in Malawi, the poorest country in the world. Photographer Jan Banning portrays the inhabitants’ in their huts, with attention devoted to details. He did this ten years ago, in 2005 and he has done it again...
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