An Phuoc, 7 years old, is from the minority Chams. This blue-eyed Vietnamese girl lives in Ninh Thuan Province (South of Vietnam). Her great grandfather was french and had blue eyes. Cover of Geo Magazine in France (Sept - Oct 2017) Photo taken in 2015 in Ninh Thuan Province (Vietnam)
Vietnam-Mosaic of Contrast, is a compilation of 150 best photos from Réhahn taken in 2014-2015. This BIG COFFEE TABLE BOOK (2.3kg, 28x33cm) is a diary of the French photographer’s journey in his new homeland, Vietnam, and its people, culture, lifestyle.Pre - Order. In stock on 15 November
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…)
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 first copy has been sold on 29/12/2017 for 30 000 usd to an Australian collector. The price of the second one is 50 000 usd and the last one will be 100 000 usd....
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2 Réhahn’s photographs were added to the permanent collection of the Asian Museum in La Habana (Cuba)
After the exhibition on the 15th May 2015, the director of the Museum has sollicited donation of the photo Best Friends (girl with the elephant) and Hidden Smile (Book cover) . These 2 photos are from a limited edition of 15 copies, in 60x90cm.
In addition, Réhahn has offered his book (Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts) to the library of the Museum.