Cuba’s critical shortage of running water is at the heart of photojournalist Sanne Derks’s work. An anthropologist who became a journalist in 2015, this Dutch woman has her first exhibition at the Visa pour Image festival. Encounter. With a doctorate in anthropology, Sanne Derks, a 40-year-old Dutch photographer, has made a few documentaries as an amateur. Then she realized in 2015 that what she lacked was “a sens of the visual”. It was then that the conversion took place. “I quit my job as a psychology professor, and did a one-year master’s degree in photojournalism in Barcelona. I started out...
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