Georges Senga Assani (born in 1983, in Lubumbashi/R.D.Congo) photographer, discovered at the time of the first edition of biennial Picha de Lubumbashi, by Marie-Françoise Plissart and Sammy Baloji. It joined in 2010 the center of art Picha, by holding a role of first photographer to accompany by this dynamics, 2009, the realization of its project “impressed” during one year presented to the second edition of biennial of Lubumbashi with Simon Njami, Tariffed, Brussels, Nairobi. In 2011, it joined the Class Master degree, organized by Goethe Institute from Johannesburg in Bamako, in 2012 in Lubumbashi, in 2013 in Lagos.
In 2012, it carries out that third and fourth series photographs “a life after death” and “Kadogos”, presented in 2013 to biennial of Lubumbashi and in 2014 to Kampala biennial, Addisphotofest, MuZee with Ostand.
In 2014, it is given a research grant by PROHELVELTIA for 1 month in Zimbabwe for the preparation of its project photo “TRANSIT”
In 2015, it profits from a first residence in Belgium, in arts centre WIELS and present in a collective exposure African Odyssey to the arts centre BRASS.
In jully - december2015 he will presente is work “une vie après la mort” in a collective exhibition at YOKO UHODA gallery in liege, at festival voies off in Arle, and the encounter