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Current Exhibitions

Denis Dailleux - Ma tante Juliette
Cité de l'image de Clervaux (LUXEMBOURG)
From 2019-04-12 to 2020-04-10


Christer Strömholm - Les amies de la place blanche
Galerie Dityvon (FRANCE)
From 2019-08-27 to 2019-11-23


Martin Bogren - Hollow / Lowlands
Espace Saint-Cyprien (FRANCE)
From 2019-09-06 to 2019-11-13


François Fontaine - Supernature
LES PHOTAUMNALES (FRANCE)
From 2019-09-28 to 2020-01-05


Jane Evelyn Atwood - Pigalle people
Galerie in camera (FRANCE)
From 2019-10-10 to 2019-11-30


François Fontaine - Icons
Cinéma du Panthéon (FRANCE)
From 2019-10-15 to 2019-12-31


Munem Wasif - Seeds Shall Set Us Free II
Galerie 3 - Centre Pompidou, Paris (FRANCE)
From 2019-10-23 to 2019-12-23


Mahesh Shantaram - Late Colour
Contretype (BELGIUM)
From 2019-11-06 to 2020-01-12


Bernard Descamps - Rencontres
Le Chateau d'Eau (FRANCE)
From 2019-11-07 to 2020-01-05


Martin Bogren - August Song
Galerie VU (FRANCE)
From 2019-11-07 to 2019-12-14


 Munem Wasif - Bangladesh, standing on the edge
Bibliothèque Elsa Triolet (FRANCE)
From 2019-11-08 to 2019-12-28


Next exhibitions

Jean-Robert Dantou - Objects and Constraints
Le Hangar (BELGIUM)
From 2019-11-15 to 2019-12-21

Stéphane Duroy - Stéphane Duroy, Berlin 1980 - 1990
PHOTOLUX (ITALY)
From 2019-11-16 to 2019-12-08

Davide Monteleone - The April thesis
PHOTOLUX (ITALY)
From 2019-11-16 to 2019-12-08

Bangladesh, standing on the edge

Munem Wasif

Bibliothèque Elsa Triolet
4, rue de l'Union
93000 Bobigny (FRANCE)


From 2019-11-08 to 2019-12-28


• Tuesday: 3 - 7 pm Wednesday: 10 am - 6 pm Thursday: 3 - 7 pm Friday: 3 - 6 pm Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm

Munem Wasif's documentary photography looks at people at the margins of society, left by the wayside, ignored, forgotten or oppressed. His topics range from migration to climate change to urban life. In this exhibition, Munem Wasif has taken on serious issus in his native Bangladesh and exposed them to the world. These are critical subjects that dare audiences to pause and face difficult moments. The Burmese regime, near the border with Bangladesh, makes the Rohingyas suffer untold atrocities and deprives them of citizenship rights in their native country. In Bangladesh, Rohingyas refugees survive in inhumane conditions ; unwanted by the brutal Burmese junta, they are caught in a permanent no man's land. Bangladesh, wih a population of 140 million, packed into an area maller than the American state of Wisconsin, is one of the first victim of climate change. The people are at the mercy of nature, some live with the memory of losing their grip on the hand of a child washed away, by a tidal wave caused by cyclone Sidr. Once happy villagers leading a peaceful rural life, have turned into mere statistics as "climate refugees".

Exhibitions catalog

Monographic exhibitions

Albert & Verzone
Bacigalupo Martina
Bouda Ferhat
Boudjelal Bruno
Brault Philippe
Castro Prieto Juan Manuel
Chapin Jean-Luc
Chivet Sophie
Coulange Olivier
Dailleux Denis
Darzacq Denis
Delpoux Dominique
Descamps Bernard
Deschamps Pierre-Olivier
Desprez Bertrand
Doury Claudine
Duroy Stéphane
Eshraghi Isabelle
Flore Maia
Fontaine François
Gomez Rovira Rodrigo
Goussard Christophe
Grignet Brigitte
Guigui Stanislas
Hock Marin
Hopkins Rip
Huguier Françoise
Hyytiäinen Arja
Iuncker Steeve
Lambert Yvon
Landry Amélie
Lecloux Frédéric
Lekfeldt Thomas
Mirguet Olivier
Navia José Manuel
Nejmi Malik
Pauquet Claude
Picard Fabrice
Picard Serge
Pierrot Emmanuel
Propeck Agnès
Rearick Anne
Rondeau Gérard
Sauveur David
Sutkus Antanas
Taberna Patrick
ten Hoopen Pieter
Terré Ricard
Tillim Guy
Tunbjörk Lars
Van Denderen Ad
Vanden Eeckhoudt Michel
Wasif Munem
Winship Vanessa
Yankang Yang
Zuili Guillaume

Collective Exhibitions

  • Vu' by Robert Delpire
  • Full Size Nature
  • VU' in Paris
  • European Works

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