African Bush Portraits 63-78 by Oumar Ly, Exhibit at Comptoir General, Paris, Until December 1st

Celebrating Africa past and present, Le Comptoir General 'Ghetto Museum' takes humorous look at good, bad and ugly side of France ties with Africa with Le Petit Musee de la Francafrique, celebrates African music, and on fashion side hosts a barber shop and a thrift shop La Piece Rapportee.

Le Comptoir General hosts Oumar Ly 'Bush Portraits 1963-1978' photography exhibit until December 1, 2013.


A Franco-African take on General Store with an Arts Center twist.

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