The exhibition Living Yangtze by Éric Valli is a true multimedia voyage comprising 80 photographs and 7 films which take us to seven communities living in harmony with the Yagtze River. The exhibition shows the landscapes and the faces Éric Valli encountered on his journey. The third largest river in the world, Yangtze sustains some 480 million inhabitants along its banks and provides for a third of the Chinese population.
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