The photo exhibition on legendary Hunza Valley of Pakistan by the Belgian photographer Benoit Sneessens has been launched in Belgium in the city of Mons (Hainaut province) and will continue until 3rd February . The exhibition entitled ‘Hunza’ can be visited from Monday to Friday from 9AM to 6PM and Saturdays from 2PM to 6PM. Address: Couvent des Sœurs Noires – Ateliers des FUCAM, 2 Rue des Sœurs Noires – Mons; entry by the Rue du Grand Trou Oudart. Information: 065 40 69 10 –


 Photographer, Benoit Sneessens flew to Pakistan in May 2006 to compare the image of the country conveyed in the media and the situation on the ground. He regularly returned there in the following years to continue his various reports which try to propose a vision of Pakistan freed from the codes of political or current photography.

Sudinfo writes: The result of photographic work carried out over more than three years and hundreds of kilometres covered on foot on the steep paths of the Karakoram Mountains, “HUNZA! invites you to discover this mythical valley in northern Pakistan, its vast landscapes and its proud mountain populations.