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Candid Portraits of Children in Togo[1] author: Gustav Willeit (Italy)
Description Born in Italy, Gustav Willeit became freelance photographer in Italy and Switzerland after one year assistant experience for various photographers. Recently, he traveled in Togo for the COSTA FAMILY FOUNDATION and came back with poetic portraits for children.

The title of the series, AKPE, stands for "Thanks" in the South-Togo spoken language "Ewe". The Ewe people are the largest ethnic group in Togo.

The photographs offer all the naivety of childhood - happiness to live, smiling full of energy and playing with pleasure before Gustav Willeit’s lens.

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