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"Les Afro-Pop" (1973) is reproduced from

Sanlé Sory on 'Les Afro-Pop'

“That was a youth group from Farkan,” Burkina Faso studio photographer Sanlé Sory says of “Les Afro-Pop,” this 1973 group portrait from his new Reel Art Press monograph, Volta Photo 1965–85. “A few of them were practicing karate with me. They were trendy, always changing their clothes. They were not married yet so they were free. They all had nicknames. They were always looking for money in order to organize parties and invite girls over. And they would love to have their pictures taken.”

Sanlé Sory: Volta Photo 1965–85

Sanlé Sory: Volta Photo 1965–85

Reel Art Press/Morton Hill
Hbk, 8 x 9.5 in. / 80 pgs / 40 b&w.

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