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Published by Steidl, Hasselblad Center in Göttingen, Germany, Göteborg, Sweden .

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  • Sidibé, Malick, -- 1936- -- Exhibitions

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Other titlesPhotographs
ContributionsDiawara, Manthia, 1953-, Hasselblad Center
The Physical Object
Pagination107 p. :
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17178106M
ISBN 103882439734

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Malick Sidibé documented an important period of West African history with great commitment, enthusiasm and insight, focusing on Malian youth in the s and 60s.

His portraits and documentary photography captured the unique atmosphere and vitality of an African capital in a period of great euphoria. From the earliest days of the postcolonial 5/5(3). Malick Sidibé (–) was born in Soloba, a small village in Mali. He opened the Malick Studio in in the heart of Bamako, subsequently becoming involved in the cultural and social life of the capital, and proving especially popular with young people, whom he depicted as they embraced new dances from Europe and Cuba and Western fashions.5/5(6).

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