Carole Naggar | The New York Review of Books | 25th May 2019
African photography is getting more attention, most recently in Paris. Tillim, perhaps Africa’s foremost contemporary photographer, has worked mostly in the post-apartheid era. Weary of images of war or famine that remove “a human drama from its context”, he now focuses on cityscapes. His images convey a sense of “peace … dynamism, yet uncertainty”. Images are here.