© Museum TV This month, Museum TV’s series ‘Instant Décisif’ interviews Simon Guillemin. As a French photoreporter and a member of Hans Lucas studio, Simon Guillemin has seen his photographs published in Le Figaro Magazine, Libération, Politis, Le Monde. He’s known for his cover of social conflicts, strikes and demonstrations in France. He led several photographic investigations such as Fidel Castro – The Farewell of the Cubans To Their Icon, Rats Deminors in Cambodia or the aftermaths following the attacks of November 13, 2015 (Bataclan). He is also the author of more personal work, at the crossroads of travel photography and documentary photography. ...
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