Réhahn brings vietnam to France

Wednesday - 16/05/2018 05:05

Réhahn brings vietnam to France

Réhahn brings vietnam to France
The exhibition of photographer Réhahn has started at the Caen Expo Congres, Normandy, France since Sept 16th, on the theme of Precieux Héritage du Vietnam - Vietnamese precious heritage. The exhibition is well-organized with a perfect combination of costumes and photographs in order to give the audiences a new look at the beauty of the country and the people of Vietnam.
Réhahn brings vietnam to France

Réhahn used to be voted as one of 10 best portrait photographers in the world by Boredpanda. He is well-known in Vietnam with the portrait of the world’s most beautiful woman in his own photo book Vietnam -Mosaic of Contrast.
Since he settled in Vietnam in 2007, he has visited many parts of Vietnam to capture the beauty of the landscapes and people of Vietnam where has brought him endless inspiration.

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Réhahn is the honored guest of the exhibition held from September 16th to 26th at La Foire de Caen (Normandy, France). The event annually attracts 200,000 visitors within 10 days. This year, 30 big size photographs by Réhahn along with 20 authentic costumes of Vietnamese ethnic groups will be displayed in the exhibition. The exhibition attracted 15,000 visitors each day and up to 30,000 visitors on weekend. There were the attendance of French famous artists, politicians and the representatives of Vietnamese cultural center in France. That made a strong appeal of Vietnam cultural beauty and the talent of Réhahn to the French public and the press.

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From the exhibition, visitors will be able to learn more about the culture and the people of Vietnam; it also partly helps attract visitors to Vietnam. when Réhahn was interviewed by French press and  TV station, he expressed his love for Vietnam as well as Hoi An; he also shares a hope that his photographs can somehow portray the beauty of Vietnam to the world.

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