Pamela Tulizo and the women of Goma, beyond the clichés

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Pamela Tulizo, Double Identity (Women of Kivu), 2019. © Pamela Tulizo

By: Jean-François Cadet Follow

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At the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, Pamela Tulizo, young photographer winner of the 2020 Dior Photography Prize, presents the “Face to face” series which highlights the dual identity of women from the Kivu region in the Democratic Republic of Congo. .


Pamela Tulizo

comes to us from North Kivu, in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

She is the 2020 winner of the Dior Prize for Photography and Visual Arts for young talents.

The young Congolese photographer is exhibiting her works in Paris, in the Studio of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie.

Two series of photos "Face to face" and "Hell paradise", which reveal the women of Goma in a different light from what is usually reflected in the media.

Photos full of color and hope that reveal the power and resilience of these Kivu women, of which she is a part.

The exhibition " 

Face to face 

" by Pamela Tulizo is on view at the studio of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, in Paris until March 13, 2022. 

On the menu of this Café Gourmand:

  • Marjorie Bertin

    went to see at the Open Theater in Paris, the only one on stage "The 5 times I saw my father", by the Haitian writer Guy Régis Junior.

  • Muriel Maalouf

    went to Brest for the collective exhibition “La Nouvelle Vague Bretonne”, in the magnificent Galerie le Comoedia.

  • Fanny Bleichner

     was interested in the 5th edition of "Grand reporterre" centered, this year, around this question "Should we separate the man from the artist" to discover at the Théâtre du Point du Jour in Lyon, then in Villefranche from January 26 to 28, 2022.


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