Georges Senga Assani (born in 1983, in Lubumbashi / DRCongo) is a photographer, discovered during the first edition of the Picha biennial, international meeting of photography in Lubumbashi following a photo workshop, led by Marie-Françoise Plissart, Sammy Baloji and Gulda El Magambo.
He joined the Picha Art Center in 2010, taking on the role of lead photographer. In 2009, he carried out his second “footprint” project, a personal project for a year in Lubumbashi presented at the second edition of the Lubumbashi Biennale curated by Simon Njami, Tarifa, Brussels, Nairobie. In 2011, he joined the first dynamic Master Class, organized by the Goethe Institut de Johannesburg in Bamako, in 2012 in Lubumbashi, in 2013 in Lagos.
In 2012, he produced his third and fourth series of photos “a life after death” and “Kadogos” for a year, presented during the third edition of the Picha meetings, curated by Elvira Diangane Ose, at the gallery of contemporary art of Lubumbashi Asbl Dialogues, at the French Institute of Lubumbashi and at the French school of Lubumbashi, and at the first biennial of Kampala 2014, and the collective exhibition African Odyssey 2015, “Kadogos” presented for the first time in 2014 at Mu.ZEE in Ostend, Belgium.