"Guy Le Querrec, a Magnum Photos photographer, has often reported from Africa.
This book showcases his work among the Lobi, the legendary people of Ghana now based in Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast. His footage, combining abstraction, movement and humour, shows how the Lobi have managed to maintain their culture while accommodating a degree of modernity, and wonderfully captures a world that they thought would never change."
Text and interview with Guy Le Querrec by François Bazzoli (both in French only).
96 pages - Hardcover
Le bec en l'air, 2015
New - Mint codition
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