FRANCE MALI

Paris-Bamako tensions look set to thwart culture events

The 12th African Photography Biennial in Bamako, in 2019.
The 12th African Photography Biennial in Bamako, in 2019. © Nicolas Remene/Le Pictorium/MaxPPP
Deteriorating relations between France and Mali threaten to damage cultural cooperation between the two countries. The first collateral victim could be the Bamako biennial, the largest photo exhibition in Africa, which may not go ahead as planned later this year. [...] (299 words)
Issue dated 11/03/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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