Oumar Ly featured in Lomography Magazine

30 June 2011

Lomog­ra­phy, a mag­a­zine, shop and com­mu­nity ded­i­cated to ana­logue pho­tog­ra­phy, fea­tured Oumar Ly in their magazine.

Writ­ten by Yoj (also known on the site as plas­ticpop­si­cle), a pho­tog­ra­pher from Manila, Philip­pines, the arti­cle focuses on Ly’s start and his recent pop­u­lar­ity in the art world:

Art crit­ics and pho­tog­ra­phy enthu­si­asts see Oumar Ly as an unearthed gem in the cre­ative world, describ­ing his work as “strange, ethe­real, beau­ti­ful.” He has taken over 5,000 pho­tographs, which include fash­ion shots, pleas­ant por­traits, and impres­sive snap­shots of his city and nearby rural communities.

Read the full arti­cle on the Lomog­ra­phy website.

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