The Rhône river is invited to Paris and the "Jardin du Luxembourg". As from March 13th to July 14th 2021 an exhibition with photos by the photographer Camille Moirenc can be seen in the parc "Jardin du Lxembourg".
Camille is born and raised in Provence in south of France, where Camille started off his career as a photographer. He is today a well-known photographer travelling around the world searching for new portraits and stories. He constantly wants to contribute to open our eyes on society, diversity and nature. Camille has been shooting photos for us for most of our publications.
This exhibition is composed by 80 photos, from the Swiss glacier to the Camargue delta before it flows into the Mediterranean, at its kilometer 812. A masterful installation conceived as an initiatory journey to discover the river and its many facets.
It is a binational exhibition with the support of CNR, les Cantons du Valais, du Vaud et de Genève, les Associations Actes Sud and L'Association Initiatives pour l'avenir des grandes fleuves (IAGF).
Read the whole press release here (in French).