No stranger to war and conflict, the Dutch photographer Jan-Joseph Stok has been traveling across Africa for over ten years. A correspondent in some twenty countries for the international press, Stok returns annually to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, covering different subjects, from armed rebels, with whom he spent several weeks, to the consequences of war, such as sexual violence, displacement and child labor. His exhibition is a retrospective of this deeply conflicted country from 2005 to 2014.
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