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  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198140.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Moussa Kalapo cleans negatives, first stage in the archiving process before digitization and cataloging, and repackaging the archives of Malian photographers.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198141.jpg
    Bamako, Mali.Cleaning negatives, first floor in the archiving process before digitization and cataloging, and repackaging the archives of Malian photographers.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198142.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Negatives once cleaned are placed in a small envelope and referenced before being scanned.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198143.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Negatives once cleaned are placed in a small envelope and referenced before being scanned.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198144.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Moussa Kalapo carefully arranging the negatives on the scanner.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198145.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Operation in progress to scan the negatives and get the resulting pictures on the screen.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198146.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Once scanned, the photographs corresponding to the negatives are trimmed one by one in order to work on a single image.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198147.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Once scanned, the references of the photograph, the author, the year, and a description of the photo are written on the envelope.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198148.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Once scanned, the references of the photograph, the author, the year, and a description of the photo are written on the envelope. The envelope is then put in a box, it even numbered and indicating the number of negatives inside. (Here on the right, Box of Adama Kouyaté containing 380 negatives). NEH being the name of the project and the American curator. (National Endowment for the Humanities)
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198149.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Once scanned, the references of the photograph, the author, the year, and a description of the photo are written on the envelope. The envelope is then put in a box, itself numbered.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198150.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Moussa Kalapo, photographer of the Photographic Training Center of Bamako, is employed on the archiving project then proceeds to fill in an Excel table of all the information that the photography can provide. (Collection, Name of the photographer, Year, description, format, ect ..)
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198151.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Boxes containing the original negatives. Some photographers have been able to keep and archive dozens see hundreds of thousands of negatives during their career. Here, we can see that the negatives were stored in an envelope each day. (Eg negatives of July 19, 1978)
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198152.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. An audit is performed by the employee to ensure that the scan meets the negative.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198153.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. View on a computer screen of a number of scanned negatives of photographer Tijani Sitou.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198154.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Last step of archiving, translation. Here, the translator first ensures that the description in French corresponds to the photograph, and then itself will translate the various elements previously described in the Excel table. This stage of translation was realized thanks to 5 translators from the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Bamako. (ENSUP), as well as the work of preservation and digitization, which was carried out by Malian photographers from the Bamako Photographic Training Center (CFP) or son of photographers involved in archiving.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198155.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Last step of archiving, translation. Here, the translator first ensures that the description in French corresponds to the photograph, and then itself will translate the various elements previously described in the Excel table. This stage of translation was realized thanks to 5 translators from the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Bamako. (ENSUP), as well as the work of preservation and digitization, which was carried out by Malian photographers from the Bamako Photographic Training Center (CFP) or son of photographers involved in archiving. The archive of the Malian photograph gives access to the preserved and digitized collections of five of the best photographers of Mali. Since 2011, a team of American curators, in collaboration with those in Mali, have been cleaning, digitizing, cataloging and repackaging about 100,000 negatives from the photographers' archives (Mamadou Cisse, Adama Kouyaté, Abdourahmane Sakaly, Malick Sidibé and Tijani Sitou) for preservation. and sustainable access.
  • Archive of Malian Photography
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0198156.jpg
    Bamako, Mali. Moussa Kalapo cleans negatives, first stage in the archiving process before digitization and cataloging, and repackaging the archives of Malian photographers. The archive of the Malian photograph gives access to the preserved and digitized collections of five of the best photographers of Mali. Since 2011, a team of American curators, in collaboration with those in Mali, have been cleaning, digitizing, cataloging and repackaging about 100,000 negatives from the photographers' archives (Mamadou Cisse, Adama Kouyaté, Abdourahmane Sakaly, Malick Sidibé and Tijani Sitou) for preservation. and sustainable access.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195477.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195478.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195479.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Feet of sorghum.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195480.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Okra feet.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195481.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. A field of millet.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195482.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Abdoulaye Camara in a millet field before harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195483.jpg
    Djejenni, Siby (Mali) Market garden
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195484.jpg
    djejenni, Siby (Mali) Eggplant culture.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195485.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Lamine Camara, applies straw to her eggplant crops. This technique allows it to keep the wet earth longer.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195486.jpg
    Djejenni, Siby (Mali) Practice of an agrarian system called slash-and-burn agriculture. the fields are cleared by fire and then cultivated for a short period of time and then fallow.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195487.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195488.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195489.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195466.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali) Irrigation in the form of small canals in a community garden. Water is extracted from the wells by means of motor pumps.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195467.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali) Irrigation in the form of small canals in a community garden. Water is extracted from the wells by means of motor pumps.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195468.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Salad plants in a market garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195469.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), N'Goyo seed, variety of round eggplant.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195470.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Onion plants ready to be replanted.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195471.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195472.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195473.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195474.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195475.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
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