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Soirée baptème by Malick Sidibé

Soirée baptème by Malick Sidibé

Malick Sidibe - more people should know about this guy. dope.

Young man with bellbottoms, satchel, and watch. 1977 ©Malick Sidibé, Courtesy of André Magnin, Paris

Nuit de Noël, 1963 Photograph: Courtesy the artist, Andre Magnin and Hackelbury Fine Art

Malick Sidibé photographs: One nation under a groove

Malick Sidibe, Nuit de Noel (Happy Club), 1963 Gelatin silver print, x in x 120 cm)

Malick Sidibé

African Photographer Malick Sidibé chronicled the exuberant life of the young people in Mali in the and — we have some wonderful photos and a remarkable interview from 2008

The Eye of Bamako, an exhibition by Malian photographer Malick Sidibé, is on view now at M+B gallery. - See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2011/02/8275/#sthash.u3ynGSi4.dpuf

Malick Sidibe – The Eye of Bamako – Voices of East Anglia

Fine young Malians.

I love the work of Malick Sidibé. When I was in London last week I bought a book solely because I loved this photo so much. Notice the gentleman on the far right with the postal patch on his lapel, doesn't make you wonder why he's wearing it?

Bamako, Mali: and a tale of Malian photographer Malick Sidibé

Bamako, Mali: and a tale of Malian photographer Malick Sidibé

Here we take a look at a very small part of Malick Sidibe’s huge portfolio and hopefully give you a taste of what the Malian people were feeling during the and

Malick Sidibe

Malick Sidibe & Janet Jackson

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Malick Sidibe – The Eye of Bamako – Voices of East Anglia

Malick Sidibé, "Je Suis Fan des Disques, 3 Nov. 1973 (I Am Crazy for Records)

Photo by: Malick Sidibé (born 1935 or is a Malian photographer noted for his black-and-white studies of popular culture in the in Bamako.

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