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Sleep in My Arms. Youssef Nabil

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Hardcover, 88 pages
Published January 2007 by Michael Stevenson Gallery
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Sep 28, 2010 Grady rated it it was amazing
'To sleep, perchance to dream....'

Youssef Nabil, born in Cairo in 1972, has become an important figure in the world of photographic art. Technically speaking his fantasy imbued works are hand colored gelatin silver prints, an old technique that focused on intensive input form the photographer once the image had been captured. In addition to his portraits of famous personalities, an aspect of his output he learned from the gifted photographer Van Leo, he ha created many images that are self-port
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Simon Njami is a writer and an independent curator, lecturer, art critic and essayist.

He has published his first novel "Cercueil et Cie" in 1985, followed by "Les Enfants de la Cité" in 1987, "Les Clandestins" and "African Gigolo" in 1989, notably. He wrote two biographies, about James Baldwin and Léopold Sédar Senghor, several short texts, scripts for cinema and documentary films.

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