The third edition of the Les Rencontres Photographiques de Guyane (French Guiana) runs from November 6th to 29th, 2014. This overseas department of France, which shares its border with Brazil and share its coastline with the Amazon forest, is filled with several different communities. Every year, the artistic director, Karl Joseph, chooses to put one of them in the spotlight. The subject of this edition is Haiti, “the pearl of the Antilles,” its people, its landscapes and its emerging generation of photographers.
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