The 32nd edition of the festival has six exhibitions focusing on environmental issues. From plastic pollution to deforestation, the themes are as varied as the photographers who worked on them. September 2019, September 2020. Twelve months rich in twists and turns, upheavals and havocs against the backdrop of the pandemic. There were no shortage of options for Visa pour l’Image, the meeting place for news-oriented photojournalism. But for its 32nd edition, the festival has chosen to focus on another hot but low-intensity subject: damage to the environment. Of the festival’s twenty official exhibitions, six are devoted to environmental topics (not...
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