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Guy Tillim

Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller, 2006

Inkjet print
17 1/2 × 26 in
44.5 × 66 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Guy Tillim
South African, b. 1962
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Considered one of South Africa’s leading photographers, Guy Tillim focuses his lens on Africa’s …

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Considered one of South Africa’s leading photographers, Guy Tillim focuses his lens on Africa’s social and political terrain, capturing child soldiers in the Congo, refugees in Angola, and urban life in Johannesburg. Tillim explores not only places of crisis in Africa, but also captures quieter scenes—in post offices, …

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Considered one of South Africa’s leading photographers, Guy Tillim focuses his lens on Africa’s …

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Considered one of South Africa’s leading photographers, Guy Tillim focuses his lens on Africa’s social and political terrain, capturing child soldiers in the Congo, refugees in Angola, and urban life in Johannesburg. Tillim explores not only places of crisis in Africa, but also captures quieter scenes—in post offices, …

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Guy Tillim

Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller, 2006

Inkjet print
17 1/2 × 26 in
44.5 × 66 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Permanent collection
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