Australian photographer Claire Martin will make her debut in France with her exhibition Les Déclassés (the Dropouts) opening May 8th as part of this year’s Image Singulières festival in Sète, France. Martin, who won the Inge Morath Award in 2010 for her photo essays depicting those who live on the margins of society – Downtown East Side Vancouver and Slab City California – has created a new work on the same theme in Nimbin, Australia forming a triptych collection. A combination of 58 photographs from these three bodies of work form the exhibition, Les Déclassés (the Dropouts).
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