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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Visit Venice and then Kenya with Photographer James Mollison

Visit James Mollison at his studio in Venice, Italy where he discusses group and individual identity and how his thoughts on the subject has informed the perspectives of his projects.

Then travel with Mollison to Kenya where he sets out to photograph the huge variety of people at the Dadaab Refuge Camp in Kenya, the world's oldest and largest refugee camp that sits in the desert on the Kenya-Somalia border.

[via vimeo]

James Mollison recounts the story behind his "found photographs" book, The Memory of Pablo Escobar, a personal look into the life of the most notorious drug dealer in history

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