Since 2010, the French photographer Corentin Fohlen is working to unveil another face of Haiti, an island often caricatured and exploited in its miseries, where natural disasters multiply - but a territory with multiple resources and unexploited riches. In his series The Possibilities of an Island, Corentin Fohlen offers the country a look antipodes social sensationalism.
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