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Sommaire de Snatch n° 33

Sommaire de Snatch n° 33

When Cambodian artist Remissa Mak was only seven years old, he fled his home in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh, after Khmer Rouge troops occupied the city on April 17, 1975. With the earsplitting sounds of gunshots still ringing in their ears, Mak and his family joined the crowds of people chased from the razed city by armed soldiers. Exhausted but forced to continue onward, innocent civilians faced extreme drought and sources of drinking water littered with corpses. Now, 40 years later…

When Cambodian artist Remissa Mak was only seven years old, he fled his home in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh, after Khmer Rouge troops occupied the city on April 17, 1975. With the earsplitting sounds of gunshots still ringing in their ears, Mak and his family joined the crowds of people chased from the razed city by armed soldiers. Exhausted but forced to continue onward, innocent civilians faced extreme drought and sources of drinking water littered with corpses. Now, 40 years later…

La galerie du jour agnès b. vient d'inaugurer sa première exposition de l'année. Elle y rassemble deux expositions et trois photographes : la première Studio - portrait(s) avec les œuvres de Malick Sidibé et de Omar Victor Diop et la seconde Night Porter & Sandy Hill du britannique Chris Shaw.

La galerie du jour agnès b. vient d'inaugurer sa première exposition de l'année. Elle y rassemble deux expositions et trois photographes : la première Studio - portrait(s) avec les œuvres de Malick Sidibé et de Omar Victor Diop et la seconde Night Porter & Sandy Hill du britannique Chris Shaw.

Made at a time when South Africa was still firmly in the grip of apartheid, A Few South Africans (1983-7) was a series which attempted to make visible the history of women, mostly unsung individuals, who had made an impact in some way on the struggle for freedom. Sue Williamson.

Made at a time when South Africa was still firmly in the grip of apartheid, A Few South Africans (1983-7) was a series which attempted to make visible the history of women, mostly unsung individuals, who had made an impact in some way on the struggle for freedom. Sue Williamson.

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