Réhahn Photography was showcased in major news outlets around the world in 2018 and 2019. Articles in the BBC, New York Times, South China Morning Post and more include photographs from projects such as Hidden Smile and Precious Heritage among others.
Réhahn has recently returned from an expedition to meet more ethnic groups in Vietnam for the Precious Heritage Museum in Hoi An. He was able to find and photograph the Thuy, a previously unregistered tribe.
Réhahn, has recently added new portraits and costumes of Vietnam’s diverse ethnic groups to his Precious Heritage Museum in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Hoi An.
Réhahn is proud to be the guest of the 30 year anniversary of the Globe Trotter festival. It will be an occasion to celebrate his 10 years of photography with a unique exhibition of his most favorite photos. This event will start on Friday 27th and finish on 30th. Dont [...]
Louis Vuitton, a longstanding symbol of luxury fashion, has recently opened a newly renovated store on Dong Khoi street in Ho Chi Minh City featuring fine art photographic images of Vietnam by Réhahn. The fashion house acquired three of the artist’s iconic limited edition images in 2017, which, alongside a [...]
The Museum of Ethnology Presents the Precious Heritage Collection by the French Photographer, Réhahn.
Réhahn’s 2017 Exhibition Opening Saigon is a Great Success Couleurs d’Asie by Réhahn, opened its doors in Saigon on the 3rd of June 2017. The exhibition has been a major success, with over 1500 attendees on the first day. Tourists, expats and Vietnamese locals came in numbers to catch [...]
French photographer, Réhahn, Opens the Precious Heritage Museum in Hoi An On the 1st of January 2017, Réhahn, opened The Precious Heritage Museum in the ancient quarter of Hoi An. The museum is located in an old French colonial house in the UNESCO part of Hoi An, in Central Vietnam [...]
Réhahn has been working for 6 years on the Precious Heritage Project and will display 20 costumes and photos of the Vietnamese Ethnic Groups.
The famous photo of Madam Xong is now in the collection of the Vietnamese Women's Museum of Hanoi.
After the success of the first volume, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts, Réhahn has decided to publish the second book with 150 new photos of these past 2 years. The book will be in available in November 2015.
Best Friends, one of Rehahn’s most iconic photographs, sold to a private collector at his solo exhibition at Eleven Gallery in late October 2015. The image, which was taken in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, features a six-year-old girl from the M’nong ethnic group, in her traditional dress, and a [...]