Photographers Archives: Viviane Dalles

Graduated from the National School of Photography in Arles, Viviane Dalles ( worked then in Paris at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation. 

At the beginning of 2005, following the tsunami, she quit her job at the Magnum agency and bought a ticket to go to India. Here she witnessed the victims’ lives as the media coverage faded out. 

This first reportage changed her life and she decided to become a documentary photographer.
Her work, mainly realised in Asia, Australia and in Europe has been published in the international press.

Terra Nullius, an exhibition, a book by Viviane Dalles

erra Nullius, from the Latin, describes a land without an owner. Whilst it may be inhabited, it is not actively farmed. During the colonisation of Australia by the British in


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