When Italian photographer Martina Bacigalupo visited the town of Gulu in Northern Uganda, she came across several photos with the faces cut out. She found her way to the Gulu Real Art Studio, which originally opened in 1973. The faces were cut out of the pictures to create ID photos, which originally cost the subjects 1,000 Ugandan shillings, or about 39 cents. Bacigalupo worked with the studio to track down the subjects in the photos. The collection will be showing at the Walther Collection Project Space in New York next month.