'Visionary Africa: Art at Work' - IMG 1

Tue, 28/02/2012 - 12:12

In the "Visionary Africa: Art at Work" exhibit at Azhar park, Congolese photographer John DePara exhibits a photograph of “Franco a la Casquette,” a popular singer, staring into the camera with a look of hipster disaffection and vague melancholy.

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Thu, 23/02/2012 - 16:00

In the "Visionary Africa: Art at Work" exhibit at Azhar park, Congolese photographer John DePara exhibits a photograph of “Franco a la Casquette,” a popular singer, staring into the camera with a look of hipster disaffection and vague melancholy.

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