French photographer Agnes Dherbeys has lived in Bangkok for 12 years and now she has decided to come back to Paris, but it was in Thailand where she’s started her career documenting many stories: Tsunami aftermath in 2004, the Red Shirts protests in 2010 (a work awarded with the Robert Capa Gold Medal for “best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise”) and other stories that Agnes did travelling from her base in Bangkok, like powerful reportages of Nepal and East Timor.
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