Alexis Bouvy is a young Belgian photojournalist and the founder of “Local Voices.” He tells the story of war in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo through the history of local populations, civilians, soldiers and rebels. An anthropologist by training, and having gone on missions for international NGOs, working on behalf of local populations, shooting head-on portraits and colorful landscapes, a far cry from the sensational stereotypes that run rampant in the media.
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