Bring the “invisible” to the fore. Is it because Japanese photographer Yasuyoshi Chiba has lived and worked in Africa for over ten years? Between the generosity of colors, the diversity of subjects and the emotion that emerges from them, it is impossible to remain indifferent to the photos exhibited at Visa pour Image. Pascal Kober, photojournalist, came to the festival on Monday. We meet him at the end of the Chiba Africa exhibition. “This Japanese artist’s outlook on Africa is unusual, yet very powerful. “This is the kind of work that appeals to him. To use Chiba’s words in the...
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