Following the success of the Atelier Photo Panafricain d’Accra in 2009, this second springboard workshop before the Biennial elected to focus on the work of up-and-coming photographers in Ghana.To run the workshop, designed to nurture candidates for the 2011 Encounters, the natural choice was Denis Dailleux, a photographer with the Vu agency, based in Egypt, but who regularly visits Ghanian shores for work on their fishing communities.
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