Andrew Esiebo shortlisted for Contemporary African Photography Prize

Andrew Esiebo has been shortlisted for the Contemporary African Photography Prize (CAP) for his work on Nigerian health workers entitled “Coro Angels” (‘coro’ is colloquial for Coronavirus in Nigeria). To see the full set, please click here.

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