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On now until 28 February 2021

World Press Photo: Seen through the lens of...

A new exhibition featuring the work of contemporary African photographers: Seen through the lens of...

The work of 17 talented photographers from World Press Photo’s African Photojournalism Database has been selected for the Africa Museum’s new exhibition. Following the success of the World Press Photo exhibition in 2017 this exposition has been specially compiled for the Africa Museum. 

These talented photographers from different African countries each deploy their own approach to showcase the diversity of this vast continent. Taking on a range of themes such as reconstruction, urbanisation, war, birth, and gender equality, the exhibition absorbs the viewer in the human story of both photographer and subject.

Please note: Visitors are required to reserve their tickets in advance and wear a mouth mask (13+)

These talented photographers from different African countries each deploy their own approach to showcase the diversity of this vast continent. Taking on a range of themes such as reconstruction, urbanisation, war, birth, and gender equality, the exhibition absorbs the viewer in the human story of both photographer and subject. Among the 17 photographers are Yassine Alaoui Ismaili, Martha Tadesse en Fethi Sahraoui.

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