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My saigon ghosts

Ma means Ghost

My saigon ghosts, photo essay by Laurent Weyl

Je vais au Vietnam depuis 1992 et j’y ai vécu 4 ans.
Par ce sujet sur les fantômes, très présents au Vietnam, au travers les histoires, les croyances des ancêtres (et de leur esprits toujours présents), j’ai aussi voulu parler de mes propres fantômes et d’un passé du Vietnam révolu avec ces guerres.
Au travers mes propres fantômes je veux aussi montrer ce que j’ai connu du Vietnam du début des années 1990 et qui aujourd’hui à disparu.

(by Laurent Weyl)

Tortul pagoda
End of an Era and of the Ao Dai
French Colonial Zoo
Tortul pagoda
Girls
Small stree
Hip Hop, new vietnamese generation
Girls with Ao dai
Tortul pagoda
End of shirtless work
Dream

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Laurent Weyl

(1971) - I'm a member of the "Collectif Argos" since 2001. Based in Paris, Argos groups together independent photographers and writers engaged in a documentary approach concerning transformations as well as social and environmental issues. My work is aimed at social and geopolitical subjects. It includes investigations on harsh human conditions such as urban poverty in megapoles, climate refugees as well as socio-ethonological stories.

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