Martina Bacigalupo, East Africa-based photographer, introduces her exhibition at The Walther Collection entitled Gulu Real Art Studio, an installation of studio portraits collected in Uganda. Edited from hundreds of discarded, faceless images -- the faces were originally cut out for standardized ID photos -- the exhibition represents a typological cross-section of Gulu's society today, a city subjected to violent conflicts over several decades.

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