Books 2018-04-20T05:43:03+00:00

The Collection, 10 years of photography

Internationally known as one of the best travel portrait photographers, Réhahn is often described by the press as the one “who captures the soul of the people”. “The Collection”, anthology of 10 years of career gathers a selection of photos taken in Cuba, in India, in Malaysia and in Vietnam featured in his galleries and his museum, his most iconic photographs as well as his personal favourite. […]

Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts II

After the success of his first volume, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts, Réhahn returns with new colours, new ethnic groups and new landscapes from this country of many contrasts.  Ranked among the Top 10 best travel photographers, Réhahn has, within a few years, become a reference in the world of photography ; the media considers him as the photographer who captures the souls of his models. His work is regularly published in the National Geographic, the BBC, Condé Nast Traveller, to cite a few… […]

Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts

Réhahn is a French photographer, expatriate in Vietnam since 2011. Self- taught, he learned photography during his numerous trips to over 30 countries around the world. It is Vietnam that his heart turns to and it is natural that after a dozen trips to this fascinating country, he came to settle there. Vietnam, mosaic of carefully selected contrasts from archive of over 27,000 photographs. The book is a best seller since 3 consecutive years in Vietnam […]

FACES OF RAJASTHAN

FACES OF RAJASTHAN is a small photobook but rich in emotions at the same time with more than 70 of Rehahn’s best photographs taken during his trip in May 2014.  An amazing collection of portraits from Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Pushkar. […]

CHILDREN OF VIETNAM

CHILDREN OF VIETNAM is a small photobook displaying more than 70 of Rehahn’s best photographs taken during his excursion in 2014. The photographs were taken in remote areas in the North West (Dien Bien Phu, Y-Ty, Moc Chau …) and in the Central Highlands ((Kontum, Dalat, Dak Nong…) “We also travel throughout the faces. Those of Réhahn makes us want to discover Vietnam” Eric Meyer, Chief Editor of Géo Magazine […]

Photographic journey in Vietnam

“Living in Vietnam for two years, it was unthinkable that a day would pass without exploring remotest regions at the border of China, where most of the time the roads are still under construction. Vietnam is an endless source for a people person and photographer specializing in portraits. So I decided to start from Hanoi by motorbike, camera in hand, with an itinerary more or less laid out in advance…” […]

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