The exceptional display of more than 170 photographs showcases ten years of photo reports, spotlighting human rights violations and environmental issues, in different regions of the world. This retrospective is also a tribute to the courage and independence of the photojournalists who, through their own unique perspectives, have witnessed and shared the irreversible upheavals that the planet is going through.
curator: Émeric Glayse, scenography: Sylvain Roca, graphism: Graphica, lights: Reflet
1/ Robin Hammond, Nyasha, an illegal gold miner in Manicaland. © Robin Hammond pour la Fondation Carmignac, 2/ Narciso Contreras Garabuli, mars 2016. Garabuli, March 2016. Sub-Saharan illegal migrants reach through the window of a cell in the Garabuli detention centre, pleading for water, cigarettes, food and their release. © Narciso Contreras pour la Fondation Carmignac, 3/ Kadir van Lohuizen Kangerlussuaq, Groenland, juillet 2018. Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, July 2018. Due to climate change, glaciers retreat rapidly and the ice sheet itself slowly melts, forming ever larger rivers of meltwater. © Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR pour la Fondation Carmignac, 4/ Miquel Barceló, L’Alycastre, 2018 - Bronze avec patine. Adagp, Paris 2019 © Fondation Carmignac - Photo Camille Moirenc, 5/ © Fondation Carmignac – Photo : Laurent Lecat , 6/ © Fondation Carmignac - Photo Lionel Barbe
- Opening: July 2020
- Location: Carmignac Foundation, Villa Carmignac, Porquerolles, France
- Area: 1100 m2
- Production: Carmignac Foundation