La série Désaugmentation de l’artiste photographe Elise Fitte-Duval constitue le fil iconographique qui parcourt ce numéro.
Born in Martinique, Élise Fitte-Duval has been living and working in Senegal for the past twenty years. She graduated from the École d’arts plastiques de la Martinique in 1989 and from the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs de Paris with a specialisation in photography in 1996. She pursues a photographic research of narrative forms in which she explores the human, the social and the urban. She was awarded the Casa Africa prize for a woman photographer at the Rencontres photographiques de Bamako 2011. Until 2018, Élise Fitte-Duval was the photography editor at PANAPRESS, a pan-African press agency, based in Dakar.
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