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The Street Photographer Who Documents the Striking Aspects of Daily life in Congo

Updated: Aug 1, 2022

photo series is called 'Louzolo', which means 'Love' in Kikongo, a local Congolese language.

This week on TheSpotlight, we have got Robert Nzaou Kissolo, the Congolese photographer based in the Republic of Congo's Pointe Noire. Working on a variety of interesting projects, he documents aspects of daily life that strike him in powerful ways. His work has been shown in France, the United States, Germany, South Africa, Congo, Ghana, and Italy.

“My work tells stories of Congolese people, who we are, how we define ourselves, and what we are or can be in the future.”

Robert Nzaou Kissolo

Robert Nzaou Kissolo describes himself as a 46 years old, family man, autodidact photographer, dreamer, nature, and Art lover based in Pointe Noire in the Republic of Congo.