Tête-à-Têtes Exhibition


West African Portraiture, from Independence into the 21st Century

18 Sep 2020 – 27 Nov 2020

‘a show bringing together the work of some of the region’s most important photographers, including Sanlé Sory, Rachidi Bissiriou, Malick Sidibé and Leonce Raphael Agbodjélou’ The Guardian

‘The big hopes and bigger dreams of West African youth in 1960s Burkina Faso radiate from the portraits of Sanlé Sory’ Time Out

‘an extraordinary series of portraits’ The Guardian on Rachidi Bissiriou

‘Sanlé Sory and Malick Sidibé perfectly captured the exuberance of youth in post-colonial West Africa – their images simply fizz with life’ Black + White Photography

‘important records in the history of post-colonial West African photography’ Antiques Trade Gazette

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