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Expositie

Everyday Africa

Peter DiCampo & Austin Merrill – Everyday Africa
Expositie in MOTI van 15 september t/m 30 oktober

Oorlog, armoede, exotisme: Afrika kampt met hardnekkige stereotypen. Maar sociale media bieden uitkomst om dat beeld te veranderen.

Via Instagram delen Afrikaanse fotografen foto’s van het normale en alledaagse Afrika met een groot publiek. Tijdens BredaPhoto is een ruime selectie van deze beelden te zien bij MOTI.

Zondag 2 oktober / 15:00 – 16:00 / Stadsgalerij / gratis toegang
Presentatie over Everyday Africa met de initiatiefnemers Peter DiCampo & Austin Merrill



Omotore is a 21-year-old albino Afro hip hop artist in Lagos, Nigeria. He is using his music to voice some of the stereotypical issues his fellow albinos face. He has constantly been discouraged by even show promoters that he will never make it as an Albino and often has to pay them to get a show on, but he has not given up. He strongly believes there is hope to become successful as an albino. No doubt Salif Keita, the famous Malian musician, is one of them. Photo by Tom Saater @tomsaater

Omotore is a 21-year-old albino Afro hip hop artist in Lagos, Nigeria. He is using his music to voice some of the stereotypical issues his fellow albinos face. He has constantly been discouraged by even show promoters that he will never make it as an Albino and often has to pay them to get a show on, but he has not given up. He strongly believes there is hope to become successful as an albino. No doubt Salif Keita, the famous Malian musician, is one of them.
Photo by Tom Saater @tomsaater

Ginika is on her way to join thousands of Nigerian law graduates called to bar in Abuja. Photo by Tom Saater @tomsaater

Ginika is on her way to join thousands of Nigerian law graduates called to bar in Abuja.
Photo by Tom Saater @tomsaater