Recontres de Bamako and Paris Photo 2011

From “The Ancestors Land” series by Malala Andrialavidrazana

November 10-13, 2011, a week after the opening of the 9th edition of Bamako Encounters (running from November 1, 2011 to January 1, 2012), the Paris Photo show is celebrating its 15th edition at the Grand Palais. African photography, from Bamako to Cape Town, is the theme this year. Learn more about this event at Paris Photo 2011.

African artists presented at Paris Photo 2011:
Alex Acolatse (Togo)
Malala Andrialavidrazana (Madagascar)
Joel Andrianomearisoa (Madagascar)
Joseph Moïse Agbojelou (Senegal)
Akinbode Akinbiyi (England/Nigeria)
Daniel Attoumou Amicchia (Ghana/Ivory Coast)
Philip Kwame Apagya (Ghana)
Cornelius Augustt Azaglo
Sami Baloji (Democratic Republic of Congo)
James Barnor (Ghana)
Jodi Bieber (South Africa)
Boby Bobson (South Africa)
Mama Casset (Senegal)
Jean Depara (Angola)
Calvin Dondo (Zimbabwe)
Drum Magazine
Rotimi Fani Kayode (Nigeria)
Samuel Fosso (Cameroon)
David Goldbatt (South Africa)
Dorris Kasco Haron (Ivory Coast)
Seydou Keita (Mali)
Philippe Koudjina (Togo/Benin)
Moshekwa Langa (South Africa)
Oumar Ly (Senegal)
Bouna Medoune Seye (Senegal)
Pierrot Men (Madagascar)
Santu Mofokeng (South Africa)
Billy Monk (Billy Monk)
Zwelethu Mthethwa (South Africa)
Veleko Nontsikelelo (South Africa)
Cedric Nunn (South Africa)
J.D. Okhai Ojeikere (Nigeria)
Hugo Pieter  (South Africa)
Alain Polo (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Abdouramane Sakaly
Malick Sidibé (Mali)
Mikhael Subotzky (South Africa)
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Andrew Tshabangu (South Africa)
Ike Ude (Nigeria)
Ayana V Jackson

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