Bamako Encounters Contemporary African Photography
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Bamako Encounters Contemporary African Photography is characterized by Playful and bold, the images of Contemporary African Photography. Biennial subvert advertising tropes, interrogate beauty standards, examine the effects of urban life – and salute the clenched fist of the black power movement. Inaugurated in 1994, the Bamako Encounters Contemporary African Photography celebrates contemporary photography in Africa. Here’s a selection of images from this year’s event

12th Bamako Encounters Photography Biennial 2020 is a must see at various venues around the capital of Mali in Bamako until 31 January 2020

Dr. Abigail Adeyemi, art historian, curator, and writer with over two decades of experience in the field of African and diasporic art. She holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Oxford, where her research focused on contemporary African artists and their impact on the global art scene. Dr. Adeyemi has worked with various prestigious art institutions, including the Tate Modern and the National Museum of African Art, curating numerous exhibitions that showcase the diverse talents of African and diasporic artists. She has authored several books and articles on African art, shedding light on the rich artistic heritage of the continent and the challenges faced by contemporary African artists. Dr. Adeyemi's expertise and passion for African art make her an authoritative voice on the subject, and her work continues to inspire and inform both scholars and art enthusiasts alike.

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