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The imaginary creatures of Yvan Alagbé

His monochrome images tell the stories of post-colonial societies, his dynamic figures embodying the tensions and the tenderness of modern relationships. Yvan Alagbé's "Yellow Negroes and Other Imaginary Creatures" is a cult graphic novel here in France; its English translation now brings its reflections to a wider audience. We talk about the challenges of putting life on the page, and how figurative drawing can be a way of re-writing history.

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