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"Belle de Jour" (1975) is reproduced from

Dive Deeper into Black History with Recently Discovered African Studio Photographer Sanlé Sory

“This young lady was from the Farkan neighbourhood,” Burkina Faso studio photographer Sanlé Sory recollects in Volta Photo 1965–85, his new monograph from Reel Art Press & Morton Hill gallery. “She must have been around 16 years old. I can’t tell, as I never asked people for their IDs. I can’t remember her name but she was very beautiful, most certainly from the Dafin tribe. Headscarves were really trendy at that time. She must have come from a well-off family, as these items could be quite costly!” Sanlé titled this 1975 portrait Belle de Jour.

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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