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African women through the lens of Seydou Keita

Seydou Keita was a self-taught Malian photographer specialized in Portraits. His work focuses on  Malian society during the  transmutation from a French colony to a sovereign state. His career started in 1935 when he was given his first camera, a Kodak Brownie Flash by a relative. He then spent his time mastering the Art of Photography. In 1948, Seydou … Continue reading

“Breaking with the stereotype idea of the oppressed women limited to tradition”

This is the goal of Photographer Angele Estoundi Essamba, who hails from Douala, Cameroon. At age 10, she moved to Paris for her education and later went to the Netherlands to study at the Professional School of Photography. Angele’s career started to rise when she had the chance to expose her work in Amsterdam in … Continue reading