The collection Africalia Editions [photo] presents photographers whose work fight against negative mediatisation of African challenges.
It fills a void by unveiling the oeuvre of contemporary photographers from Africa.
South Africa at Liberty
Yasser Booley started producing photographs on the eve of the ‘new’ South Africa. This book traces his career.
Transit — RDC
Kiripi Katembo photographs the urban chaos of Kinshasa, bringing out both its absurdity and its beauty.
Des tambours sur l’oreille d’un sourd / Burundi
Teddy Mazina’s photographs are an extraordinary archive of socio-political life in his country.
Mémoire / Kolwezi
In the mining region of Katanga, Sammy Baloji captures the memories, hopes and imaginings of its inhabitants.
Calvin Dondo who reveals the nature of Zimbabwe today freely tells us of his country and the history concealed within...
& The Mwelu Foundation / Nairobi
This book is about the adventure of Julius Mwelu who trained teenagers to see the slums around them in a different...
Reflections on Nairobi Eastlands
Youngsters from Slum TV have chosen the LOMO camera as a medium of self-representation.
Aïda Muluneh’s main fear is to lose her memory. Through photography, she chooses to immortalise her everyday life.
Le voleur d’ombres
Saïdou Dicko turned to pohtography to capture secret truths of a different kind, this time in bustling towns.