Georges Senga (1983, Lubumbashi, DRC) is a photographer. He develops his photographic work around history and the narratives revealed by “memory, identity and heritage”, illuminating our actions and the present. Three of his projects explore memory, looking for the resonances that people, their facts and their objects leave behind, and the resilience of memory in his country, Congo. Georges Senga is part of the artistic dynamic of the city of Lubumbashi at the Picha art centre in DR Congo and at the Photo Market and Phototools workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa. His work has been exhibited internationally in institutions; in 2021 he developed a project at the Villa Medici.

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09 February 2022