Sanlé Sory: Peuple de la Nuit

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Sanlé Sory: Peuple de la Nuit

A series of black and white photos which document youth culture and the night-time scene of West Africa in the years after independence have gone on show in the UK for the very first time.

Taken from the personal collection of the Burkina Faso born photographer Sanlé Sory, the images capture expressions of freedom after 70 years of French rule.

They are on display at the David Hill Gallery in North Kensington.

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