Patrick Willocq

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Morning, my last day ! @patrick_willocq taking over @gupmagazine Instagram. This image is from my latest project in progress "The Superwalés"...

Morning, my last day ! @patrick_willocq taking over @gupmagazine Instagram. This image is from my latest project in progress "The Superwalés"...

La Bourse du Talent #58 Portrait decernée à Patrick Willocq - http://www.picto.fr/2014/la-bourse-du-talent-58-portrait-decernee-a-patrick-willocq/

Patrick Willocq: lauréat de la Bourse du Talent Portrait

© PATRICK WILLOCQ - The Arch of Walé Oyombé. From I am Walé Respect Me, 2013 - To document a tribute to motherhood, fertility and femininity, Willocq proposed to members of the Walé tribe to participate in staged photographs.

Patrick Willocq—Walé Bontongu’s pond dalla serie Forever walé

Laurence Butet-Roch writes on Patrick Willocq’s colorful tableaux inspired by a maternal rite of passage in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Patrick Willocq: I am Walé Respect Me | Photo-Essay |

Patrick Willocq is a self taught photographer who lived and worked in the Democratic Republic of Congo for over 7 years. Willocq’s describes his latest art project I Am Walé Respect Me, his…

© Patrick Willocq/LagosPhoto

If you want to binge on Africa’s best contemporary photography don’t worry the LagosPhoto Festival is here. Kicking off on October the festival extends over a month through Novemb…

Ntembe, Wale epervier , Patrick Willocq at #galeriebaudoinlebon

Ntembe, Wale epervier , Patrick Willocq at

Patrick Willocq - KEHRER - Oeuvres - PARIS PHOTO

Patrick Willocq - KEHRER - Oeuvres - PARIS PHOTO

The mountain journey, Tanzania. The art of survival. - (Patrick Willocq)

Award-winning French photographer Patrick Willocq has recreated the experiences of children who have fled Burundi and Syria using personalised theatre sets. From perilous journeys to the battle to adapt to new environments, these are their stories

„I am Wale Respect Me”, Gewinner Patrick Willocq

For Pygmies, a bat is a strange creature, half animal, half bird. By comparing herself to a bat, nineteen-year-old Walé Epanza Makita expresses her uniqueness and shows her superiority. Her rivals (here Walé Lokito) will not be able to copy her.

Willocq 10and5-9

Willocq 10and5-9

Patrick Willocq, Walé Ikita, confident and shameless, 2014

Streets and Stories: Educating the Eye Through Photography

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