Photos pasted on the walls of Adjamé-220 Logements, in Abidjan.
© Marc Kouho
By: Nathalie Amar Follow
To bring art out of museums, galleries and other padded places, photographer Camille Millerand has chosen to stick his photos on the walls of Adjamé-220 Logements.
These are photos that refer to the daily life and to the memory of the inhabitants of this district of Abidjan.
Passers-by and walkers see a hitherto inaccessible art coming to them.
Marc Kouho, from the
Fall in mode
tells us about this project, born in collaboration with anthropologist Souleymane Kouyaté.
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