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Bamako is full of contrasts and contradictions. It’s a huge village. Tradition holds a very important place and the youth resolutely aspires to modernity. To me, visually speaking, Bamako is an open-air installation. I love its light, its river, its hills, its new tarmacked avenues that suddenly turn into little bumpy roads…. I use architecture as a language to bear witness to social change.

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• François-Xavier Gbré: Bamako, Architecture, Photography and Change •

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June 23, 2014 • Fatoumata Diabaté

It’s easy to take a photo, but what really made a difference was that I always knew how to find the right position, and I never was wrong. Their head slightly turned, a serious face, the position of the hands… I was capable of making someone look really good. The photos were always very good. That’s why I always say that it’s a real art.

–  Seydou Keïta

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• Seydou Keïta: On the Art of Photography •

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August 8, 2013 • Mali by Night

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March 14, 2013 • All Blue

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September 14, 2012 • Dogon Portraits