From Iraq to Kazakhstan, the Belgian photographer Colin Delfosse, founder of the Out of Focus collective, has photographed people and told their stories. He has spent the past eight years working on a project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which will be exhibited in Strasbourg from now through February.
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