The Collection, anthology of Réhahn's portraits taken in Cuba, India, Malaysia and Vietnam gathers a selection of photos featured in his galleries and his museum, his most iconic photographs as well as his personal favourite. This book will be signed by the artist.
Vietnam-Mosaic of Contrast, is a compilation of 145 best photos of Réhahn. This BIG COFFEE TABLE BOOK (2.3kg, 28x33cm) is a diary of Réhahn's journey in his new homeland, Vietnam, and its people, culture, lifestyle.This book will be signed by the artist.
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…)
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.
Kim Luan is a 6 year-old girl from the M'Nong Minority living in the Central Highlands of VietnamThis photo was featured in several prestiguous magazine such National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Daily Mail, Repubblica, Times, BBC, Saigon Times.... Photo taken in October 2014 in Buon Ma Thuot
Madam Xong is the most famous photo of Réhahn. This photo officially entered the collection of the Women's Museum of Hanoi on 8th March 2016 The Giga size is limited to 3 copies worldwide. The 1st copy has been sold on 29/12/2017 for 30 000 usd to an Australian collector. The 2nd was sold for 50 000 usd on July 2018 and the last one is at 150 000 usd....
When Kim Luan, this 6 year-old Mnong saw Réhahn, she came nearer her elephant to hide herself. This photo was featured in several prestigious magazines such National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Daily Mail, Marie Claire...Photo taken in October 2014 in Buon Ma thuot (Vietnam)
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Hoi An-based Frenchman Réhahn's patient approach has won him the trust of tribal elders, who have handed over rare artefacts and garments for display and preservation at his gallery in the town.Read More
"Personally, I believe in karma, "says the French photographer Réhahn. We sometimes take pictures of people who are in economic situations at the opposite end of ours and I think we ought to be fair.Read More
"Karma - The sum of a person's actions in this and in previous states of existence... Viewed as deciding their fate in future existences."In other words: "what goes around comes around" - Going full circle.This word and its meaning, carry special weight in Réhahn's journey as a photographer. What starts as a smile and a click of a camera, leads to the communication of souls.Read More