Four students at IHECS (Brussels, Belgium), Malaurie Chokoualé, Camille Crucifix, Fiorine Guéry and Louis Van Ginneken traveled to Tanzania to create a photographic reportage and write about people with albinism. These people are are both targets of bites from the sun and deadly beliefs.
We enjoyed showing
a preview of their work with an exposition
during our tribute to Mali at BOZAR in January.
The Brussels French-speaking Parliament,
after having supported their trip,
also had the pleasure of hosting their photo exhibition from June 7th until June 15th.