"I recently saw these photos taken by Richard Mosse and was struck dumb by the contrast of such a loud and festive color and the subject matter - wartorn Congo."

"I recently saw these photos taken by Richard Mosse and was struck dumb by the contrast of such a loud and festive color and the subject matter - wartorn Congo."

North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011- How incredible to be able to "see" such a place. I think it would be an "experience".

North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011- How incredible to be able to "see" such a place. I think it would be an "experience".

Congo, maybe someone has already brought you back some stories, some sounds, some travel diaries. But what if there were more?  Teaser episode 2 --> https://vimeo.com/137128190

Congo, maybe someone has already brought you back some stories, some sounds, some travel diaries. But what if there were more? Teaser episode 2 --> https://vimeo.com/137128190

Tshala Muana, is a singer and dancer from Congo-Kinshasa. She started her artistic career as a dancer for the musical band Tsheke Tsheke Love in 1977. She is famous for several songs such as Karibu Yangu. Born: May 13, 1958 (age 58), Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo Film music credits: Life Is Beautiful Albums: Mutuashi, Sikila (feat. Meje 30), Biduaya, Soukous Siren, More Genres: Worldbeat, World Record labels: Shanachie Records, Celluloid Records, More

Tshala Muana, is a singer and dancer from Congo-Kinshasa. She started her artistic career as a dancer for the musical band Tsheke Tsheke Love in 1977. She is famous for several songs such as Karibu Yangu. Born: May 13, 1958 (age 58), Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo Film music credits: Life Is Beautiful Albums: Mutuashi, Sikila (feat. Meje 30), Biduaya, Soukous Siren, More Genres: Worldbeat, World Record labels: Shanachie Records, Celluloid Records, More

Watch an exclusive version (only available for TWO days) of Irish photojournalist and artist Richard Mosse's Congo film, The Enclave, now on show at the Vinyl Factory space. Using an extinct type of infrared military film it documents the war-ravaged Democratic Republic. Watch here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19536/1/richard-mosse-the-enclave

Watch an exclusive version (only available for TWO days) of Irish photojournalist and artist Richard Mosse's Congo film, The Enclave, now on show at the Vinyl Factory space. Using an extinct type of infrared military film it documents the war-ravaged Democratic Republic. Watch here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19536/1/richard-mosse-the-enclave

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