IFRA on Exposure

An IFRA photoreportage of the MCA campaign during Kenya’s 2022 election

Through the online platform EXPOSURE, IFRA publishes photo-reportages that combine critical analysis and visual materials, or makes accessible and contextualizes raw materials resulting from field research collected during varied research programs.

  • “Inside The MCA Campaign” is a photo-reportage delving into the campaign strategies and manifestos of MCA aspirants in different regions of the country. IFRA research team captured why the aspirants entered politics, why they chose a particular party for vying for power, their strategy in the campaign they conducted, the specific challenges they faced, and the political programs they proposed to improve the lives of Kenyan citizens. Find out more of MCAs, the new figure of power in Kenya.
  • Mobilizing Voters captures the spirit of Kenya’s 2022 election at ground level. It takes you right into the colorful campaign, rallying and voting. IFRA’s visual documentary explores vivid electoral and political issues through photography and text, up to the challenging of the presidential results in court.
An IFRA photoreportage of Kenya’s 2022 election
  • Written by Marie-Aude Fouéré and illustrated by Ania Gruca’s photographs, “Zanzibar, Elections 2020 : The Crush and Terror Strategy” chronicles the campaign, the election and its aftermath, explaining the widespread repression that took place in the light of Zanzibar’s place within Tanzania as a united republic, the demands of the opposition, and the nature of the Tanzanian regime, which remains a de facto one party-state.
  • African workplaces” curated by Constance Perrin-Joly and Chloé Josse-Durand. It was shown in Addis Ababa in October 2021, and will be shown again in Bujumbura in February 2022 and in Nairobi in April 2022. The exhibition interrogates what we see and know about labour in Africa, and how do we take picture of labour: What images draw the gaze of photographers and researchers? What images do we wish to transmit, and to which audience? What can we say, in just a few paragraphs, about the topic of labour on the African continent? This online version of the catalogue includes videos by some of the participants.
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