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World In Common Contemporary African Photography

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A celebration of the visual and cultural landscape of contemporary African photography, this stunning book offers critical insight from Africa’s leading artists

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A celebration of the visual and cultural landscape of contemporary African photography, this stunning book offers critical insight from Africa’s leading artists.

A World in Common is an exhibition curated by Tate Modern, London in collaboration with Wereldmuseum Rotterdam. A World in Common explores the dynamic landscape of photography on the African continent today. 22 artists of different generations and from different regions come together. They explore how photography and film allow them to explore the legacy of the past and imagine a shared future full of possibilities.

Come and visit our new exhibition World in Common at Wereldmuseum Rotterdam.

Weight1,02 kg
Dimensions25,1 × 19,3 × 2,1 cm
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240

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9781849768511

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Juli 2023

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