LONDON • To many people, a school photograph is a forgettable moment of childhood that often causes mild embarrassment later on.
But to British artist and director Steve McQueen - the man behind the Oscar-winning movie 12 Years A Slave (2013) and the coming Widows - that photograph can be much more: a chance to reflect on society's diversity and innocent potential.
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