This year 13 photographers are on show in Saint-Brieuc Bay: Philip Blenkinsop, Darcy Padilla, Stefano De Luigi, Donald Weber…
Photographers Archives: Philip Blenkinsop
Philip Blenkinsop UK/Australia, 1965. Since arriving in Asia in 1989, Philip’s name has become synonymous with forgotten conflicts. From weeks spent traversing the mountains of East Timor with Falintil guerrillas, to tribal war and cannibalism in Borneo, to the tragic plight of Hmong Veterans and their families lost deep in the heart of Laos’ forbidden zone. Philip’s most recent reports concern the Yellow River and the earthquake in China.
The goal of the photo agency Noor is to produce, publish, and exhibit long term visual projects on topics of human concerns to a broad international audience while maintaining the dignity of the subjects.
Writer(s): MaryAnne Golon
During the Vietnam War, Hmong guerrillas fought for the CIA in their secret campaign in Laos. When the US withdrew in 1975, it abandoned the majority of these guerillas in the jungle, where they have lived in hiding until today.
… we simply hope that this selection will provide practical answers to the questions of those who want to know what the use of photography is at the beginning of the third millennium. And we hope it will bring you as much pleasure as matter for thought.
Writer(s): Alessandra Barbieri, Andrea Alessandro Di Carlo, Andrea Trombini, Christian Caujolle, Elio Talon, Elisa Biagini, Enzo Mansueto, Loredana Magazzeni, Lorenzo Marzaduri, Luca Gricinella, Marco Giovenale, Marco Tocco, Mario Desiati, Massimiliano Zambetta, Paolo Ferrara, Pierre-François Moreau, Sergio Rotino, Tommaso Lisa, Vito Calabretta