Impossible to forget that morning of February 22 when we heard the news that Rémi Ochlik had been killed in Syria, in Homs, along Marie Colvin. He was 28 years old. Here was a photographer with plenty of talent, and a man of great modesty. His first report on Haiti was featured as a screening in Perpignan in 2004. Last year his work on the Arab Spring drew unanimous praise. So it is only natural for us to devote this exhibition to him - a retrospective that has come far too soon.
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