Photographer Mário Macilau's Portraits of the "Forgotten" Elderly

From Africa is a Country Thu Feb 7 2013, 15:00:59

On display this month at the Centro Cultural Franco-Moçambicano in Maputo are Mozambican photographer Mário Macilau's portraits he made of elderly people all over the continent (Nigeria, Congo, Mozambique, Cameroon, Kenya, Mali, etc.) during the year 2012. The title of the series is "Esquecidos" (Forgotten). In a short email, Mário Macilau explained his project: A [...]

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