Category Archives: Faces and Phases (2006 – 2014) book launch…

2016 Aug. 9: Look back and go forward

by Mbali Zulu Look back and go forward. Looking at the picture of the group I am forced to look back and go forward. What is it that I am looking back at? What is it that I am going … Continue reading

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2014 Sept. 26: Visual diary from Ulm, Germany

… where the new Faces and Phases book was launched at Volkshochschule Ulm.de The event started with an introduction by Dagmar Engels (director atVH_Ulm.de)  seated on the right and Artur Walther (publisher and owner of Walther Collection). Then I was … Continue reading

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