Photojournalism

Congo in conversation - Exhibition

Bronx Documentary Center, New York

September 9, 2022 - October 16, 2022

Bukavu, DRC, August 2020. Bukavu’s fashionistas show off their style in the streets of the capital of South Kivu. Raissa Karama Rwizibuka for Fondation Carmignac
Bukavu, DRC, August 2020. Bukavu’s fashionistas show off their style in the streets of the capital of South Kivu. Raissa Karama Rwizibuka for Fondation Carmignac

Congo in Conversation was launched in April 2020 by Finbarr O’Reilly, recipient of the 11th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award dedicated to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic prevented him from traveling to the DRC to work on his reportage, O’Reilly, with the Award team, reframed his approach.  Produced in close collaboration with Congolese journalists and photographers, Congo in Conversation addresses the human, social and ecological challenges that the DRC faced within the context of the global health crisis, highlighting Congolese photographers and perspectives.

The exhibition features photographs and videos by: Guylain Balume Muhindo | Arlette Bashizi | Dieudonné Dirole | Justin Makangara | Guerchom Ndebo | Finbarr O’Reilly | Raissa Karama Rwizibuka | Charly Kasereka | Moses Sawasawa | Pamela Tulizo | Ley Uwera | Bernadette Vivuya


The Bronx Documentary Center

The Bronx Documentary Center is a non-profit gallery and educational space. It uses community-based documentary practice and education to explore vital issues, stimulate critical thought, and drive social change. Through exhibitions, screenings, and public programming, the BDC shows the work of internationally-renowned and emerging photographers and filmmakers who are dealing with the themes that guide the BDC: justice, education, community-building, and positive social change.

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