Congo   |   Events

4th Congo Tales Exhibition Opens in the Netherlands

On Sept 12th, Amsterdam Museum banned the use of the term Gouden Eeuw, or ‘Golden Century’, in all of its future exhibitions. This term has been long used to refer to Dutch colonialism at its strongest point of scientific advancement and military power; a time that also coincided with great artistic works by Dutch masters […]

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Congo Basin exhibit at Museum De Fundatie
Congo   |   Events

Congo Tales Christie’s Auction in Barberini Museum

After several months of planning and preparation we were thrilled to hold the Congo Tales auction at the Barberini Museum in Potsdam. It was important to us that our auction, filled with a selection of artist proof photographs from our original exhibition, was curated with the same care we have put into the project every […]

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Congo   |   Interviews

Congo Tales Soundscape: An Interview with David Kamp

  Over the last several years, the Congo Tales project has traveled deep into the rainforest over and over. We were committed to experiencing this amazing place in an authentic way, but it was also our goal to bring the experience back to people who would never be able to make the trip; the warmth, […]

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Congo Tales impact productions
Cultural awareness exhibition Congo Tales
Congo   |   Events

Introducing Congo Tales to Europe: the Barberini Exhibition

After over four years of development, of planning, travelling, learning and growing, after building trust and collecting experiences and stories within the community of Mbomo, it finally happened. A process that took our team deep into the rich expanse of the Odzala-Kokoua park had finally unfolded itself to become a little library of tales from […]

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Congo   |   Events

The World Premier of Congo Tales in Brazzaville

On the 22ndof May, 2018, in the family home of the N’Sondé’s, located in a charming neighborhood of Brazzaville, we opened the world premier of ‘Congo Tales’. It was a warm afternoon and everybody gathered under the shade of the large mango tree located in the family houses garden. Charming woven colored mats were spread […]

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Creative storytelling in the Congo Basin
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