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I Am Walé Respect Me

Patrick Willocq is a self taught photographer who lived and worked in  the Democratic Republic of  Congo for over 7 years. Willocq's describes his latest art project I Am Walé Respect Me, his motivation to experiment with art photography.. I've always been fascinated by Ekonda pygmies because I feel they have…
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White Elephants

White Elephants, (nzoku ya pembe) is an upcoming documentary on the  Central Post-Office and its employees in Kinshasa, DR Congo. [box]This grandiose relic of the colonial past has trapped its employees in a frozen timewarp from which they are planning their escape.From past to present, through the cracks in the walls, and…
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Rangers of Virunga

The Rangers of Virunga is a photo essay by world renowed photographer Brent Stirton taken in Congo. This magnificent photo doc is a microcosm of what is going on throughout the continent. His essay catalogues the issues Africa faces with the environment, aid, humanitarian and refugee crisis, deforestation, wildlife protection, religion and…
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Infra

World renowned photographer Richard Mosse released his photo series  Infra, inspired by a recent trip to Eastern Congo. A few months ago Mosse was interviewed by the blog Conscientious Extended explaining his motivation and inspiration behind the project. Mosse used Kodak’s Aerochrome infrared film that is usually used for aerial…
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