Local perspectives on sugar’s story
Photographer unknown, Transport of harvested sugar cane by narrow-gauge railway to the Djatibarang sugar factory, Java, ca. 1925. (Courtesy Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam)Neo-colonialism is probably the key word for Akiq AW, the exhibition curator appointed by the Langgeng Art Foundation (LAF), to read and present a complete framework for the photography project “The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar”.
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