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Recaptioning Congo

Recaptioning Congo

African Stories and Colonial Pictures

Edited by Sandrine Colard
Contributions by Jean Bofane
Contributions by Suzanne Freitas
Contributions by Sinzo Aanza
Contributions by Annie Lulu

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Publishing 12th Sep 2022
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    • Congolese fiction and memoir writers, and everyday voices revisit the photographic archives of the colonial Congo
    • With contributions from celebrated authors such as Sinzo Aanza, Jean Bofane and Annie Lulu, e.a.
    • Based upon the extensive research of the colonial Congo's photographic history by Dr. Sandrine Colard
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    Recaptioning Congo places the colonial Congo's photography history in new perspectives. Six writers and everyday Congolese urban voices take an African-centered look at imperial archival images and provide them with creative, contemporary and/or literary 'captions'. The book, linked to an exhibition in the photography museum FOMU Antwerp, is based upon the extensive research of the photographic history of colonial Congo (1885 – 1960), conducted by Dr. Sandrine Colard. It contains a wealth of revealing images that highlight the relationship between past and present, Africa and Europe and Belgium and Congo.

    Text in English, French and Dutch.

    About the Author

    Dr. Sandrine Colard (ed.) is an independent curator, a researcher, and a professor of

    art history at Rutgers University-Newark (New Jersey, USA). She is the recipient of multiple fellowships, such as the Ford Foundation, the musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac, the Getty/ACLS fellowships, among others.

    Specifications
    Publisher
    Lannoo Publishers
    ISBN
    9789401486231
    Publish date
    12th Sep 2022
    Binding
    Hardback
    Territory
    World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
    Size
    245 mm x 185 mm
    Pages
    272 Pages
    Illustrations
    50 color, 250 b&w
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