Mario Macilau

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Mário Macilau contemplates if aging is an encumbering blessing in his work “Esquecidos,” a project dedicated to the elderly in Africa: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/mario-macilau-aging-an-encumbering-blessing/

Mário Macilau contemplates if aging is an encumbering blessing in his work “Esquecidos,” a project dedicated to the elderly in Africa: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/mario-macilau-aging-an-encumbering-blessing/

Peace (The Zionist series)

Peace (The Zionist series)

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #1

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #1

Former street child Mario Macilau, as he uses photography to investigate the growing gap between rich and poor in Mozambique. “There is no longer a middle class in our country,” says Mario.

Former street child Mario Macilau, as he uses photography to investigate the growing gap between rich and poor in Mozambique. “There is no longer a middle class in our country,” says Mario.

Mário Macilau.  http://www.afribuku.com/mario-macilau-mozambique-fotografia/

Mário Macilau. http://www.afribuku.com/mario-macilau-mozambique-fotografia/

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #3

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #3

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #6

Image of Mario Macilau - Untitled #6

Mario Macilau

Mario Macilau

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mario-macilau-finaliste-du-prix-de-la-fondation-manuel-rivera-ortiz

Mário Macilau. http://www.afribuku.com/mario-macilau-mozambique-fotografia/

Mário Macilau. http://www.afribuku.com/mario-macilau-mozambique-fotografia/


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From the series 'The Zionists', Mozambique by Mario Macilau

How Africans Want to Be Seen

From the series 'The Zionists', Mozambique by Mario Macilau

Mário Macilau.

Mário Macilau.

Mario Macilau is a Mozambican photographer gaining international recognition for his pictures which are described as “alarming and provoking but utterly human.” We follow Macilau as he documents the people who live and work in one of Maputo’s largest rubbish dumps.  Watch the latest film in ‘The New African Photography’ series | http://aje.me/ZJFml9

Mario Macilau is a Mozambican photographer gaining international recognition for his pictures which are described as “alarming and provoking but utterly human.” We follow Macilau as he documents the people who live and work in one of Maputo’s largest rubbish dumps. Watch the latest film in ‘The New African Photography’ series | http://aje.me/ZJFml9

Stairs of Shadows by Mario Macilau In this abandoned old building in downtown Maputo there are no toilets and water must be drawn from a nearby source. Rubbish is rarely collected. The lack of basic amenities means that street children don't stay in any one place for long.

Mario Macilau: The street child who became a top photographer

Stairs of Shadows by Mario Macilau In this abandoned old building in downtown Maputo there are no toilets and water must be drawn from a nearby source. Rubbish is rarely collected. The lack of basic amenities means that street children don't stay in any one place for long.

Mario Macilau, Life goes on (woman carrying bags) 2009.

Mario Macilau, Life goes on (woman carrying bags) 2009.

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mario macilau

African Works: Mario Macilau: The Road Not Taken

African Works: Mario Macilau: The Road Not Taken

Mario Macilau, Life goes on (man with pile), 2009.

Mario Macilau, Life goes on (man with pile), 2009.

PhotoEssay » The Little King. - allAfrica.com

PhotoEssay » The Little King. - allAfrica.com

'Untitled' from Forgotten series, Mario Macilau 2012

'Untitled' from Forgotten series, Mario Macilau 2012

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