Report from Dickson, Malawi
Jan Banning

Jan. 14, 2006 – April 17, 2006 Deze tentoonstelling is afgelopen
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In the autumn of 2005, photographer Jan Banning travelled with journalist Dick Wittenberg to Dickson, a remote village in Malawi. He used his camera to produce a very moving record of life there. Dickson is typical of Africa's large-scale poverty - food shortages threaten twelve million people in southern Africa, and five million of them live in Malawi. The rural population in particular lives from one day to the next, managing, in spite of it all, to make the best of the crisis.

Portrait of the village-people of Dickson

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