Nanda Gonzague and David Richard are the founders of the artist collective Transit. Gonzague’s photography is close to documentary, and he takes part in coordinating the projects produced in the L’espace Transit gallery in Montpellier, France. His series on Armenia, entitled Hayastan, is currently on display as part of the “Promenades Photographiques de Vendôme” through September 12.
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