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Seydou Keita   Twins in European dress   1952-1955 (taken) 1999 (print)       Gelatin silver print   15 1/4 x 21 1/4 in (38.7 x 54 cm)       Phillips de Pury - New York   Courtesy of Phillips De Pury - NY (31 Jan 2008, Lot 72)          LL/27361       Signed, dated '1999' and annotated in ink in the margin.

These fashioned insightful studio portraits of ordinary Malian people, are by the great Malian photographer Seydou Keita His photography has people usually posed with intriguing combin…

Seydou Keita

Seydou Keita, self-taught portrait photographer from Bamako known for his portraits of people from Mali

Seydou Keïta lived in Bamako, Mali from 1921 to 2001. A self-taught photographer, he opened a studio in 1948 and specialized in portraiture. Seydou Keïta soon photographed all of Bamako and his portraits gained a reputation for excellence throughout West Africa.

Seydou Keïta lived in Bamako, Mali from 1921 to 2001. A self-taught photographer, he opened a studio in 1948 and specialized in portraiture. Seydou Keïta soon photographed all of Bamako and his portraits gained a reputation for excellence throughout West Africa.

Gallery Tribal Portraits: Contemporary African Couple, 1956 by Seydou Keita

Tribal Portraits: Vintage & Contemporary Photographs from the African Continent

Credit: Tribal Portraits Vintage & Contemporary Photographs from the African Continent Contemporary African Couple by Seydou Keita, Keita was a self-taught portrait photographer from Bamako, Mali

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Hint Fashion Magazine Fantastic portraits of Malian society in the by Seydou Keïta

Two cute African American little girls in white dresses trimmed with lace posing for a studio portrait on a bench covered with a kilim rug, c. 1885.

Two beautiful little girls in white dresses trimmed with lace posing for a studio portrait on a bench covered with a kilim rug, c.

Full Screen Gallery | Seydou Keïta Photographer

Seydou Keita, master photographer from Mali, captured the fashions and people of his country with incredible artistry.

16 x 20" gelatin silver prints © Seydou Keita, courtesy Danziger gallery

16 x gelatin silver prints © Seydou Keita, courtesy Danziger gallery

Dans les années 1950, il y avait trois photographes à Bamako : Seydou Keïta à Bamako Coura, Malick Sidibé à Bagadadji et Sakaly, un jeune Marocain, à Médina Coura. Notre préférence était Seydou Keïta pour les photos de studio, Malick pour les photos de surprises-parties et Sakaly pour les photos d’identité.

Dans les années 1950, il y avait trois photographes à Bamako : Seydou Keïta à Bamako Coura, Malick Sidibé à Bagadadji et Sakaly, un jeune Marocain, à Médina Coura. Notre préférence était Seydou Keïta pour les photos de studio, Malick pour les photos de surprises-parties et Sakaly pour les photos d’identité.

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