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Congolese photography exhibition

A photo by Désiré Loutsono, known as Kinzénguélé, founder of the Collective Génération Elili.

A photo by Désiré Loutsono, known as Kinzénguélé, founder of the Collective Génération Elili.

The work of six Congolese photographers is being exhibited at the Malta Postal Museum and Arts Hub, Valletta, until November 13, in the run-up to and during the Rima Film Festival.

The festival, a showcase of films on the diverse and subjective experience of exile and migration, will take place from October 26 to 2, and from November 2 to 4, at Casa Perieria, 224, Republic Street, Valletta, and at the museum, from 8pm onwards.

The photographers, based in Brazzaville, are members of the Collectif Génération Elili, which is engaged in the promotion of Congolese photography internationally.

The exhibition is being held at the Malta Postal Museum and Arts Hub, 135, Archbishop Street, Valletta, until November 13. The museum is open on weekdays from 10am to 4pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. For further information, visit www.rimaproject.org/28/Events.

A photo by Mirna Kintombo.A photo by Mirna Kintombo.

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