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SOUTH AFRICA. Durban. 1978. The Turf Club. Blacks, white and Indian.

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MALI. Bamako. At sunrise, a fisherman in his boat on the river Niger. 1994.

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MALI. Mopti. 2002. City dwellers by the river Niger at dawn.

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MYANMAR. Mandalay. 2009. At dawn a monk goes begging for alms.

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INDIA. 5. Rajasthan. Udaipur. Horse.

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      I am Abbas.

      I am a photographer, which
      means I write with light.

      Association Abbas Photos

      Magnum photographer Abbas has roamed the world for 55 years in search of images of upheaval, initially political and social, then later, religious.

      Describing himself as a “historian of the present”, Abbas covered wars and revolutions in Biafra, Bangladesh, Northern Ireland, Vietnam, Chile, Cuba, South Africa during Apartheid, and the Middle East – most notably, the revolution in his own country, Iran. He also documented life in Mexico – a project that defined his aesthetic in photography – and pursued a lifelong interest in religion and its intersection with society.

      Association Abbas Photos has been created to protect, preserve and promote Abbas’s life work, providing continued access to his rich photographic oeuvre.

      News

      Current exhibition: Vietnam, Forget ME Not

      Folia Gallery presents a photo exhibition in conjunction with the launch of Abbas’s new book “Vietnam, Forget ME Not”, published by Delpire Editeur.