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Look precarity in the face

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How do we present the overwhelming numbers reported by the Observatoire de la précarité (Precarity Monitoring Center) to alert the general public to the dire situation experienced by a part of the population in France that is all too often abandoned and dehumanized?

 

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A different perspective on precarity

We sought to share the association’s caring vision of the men, women and children living in precarity. To do so, we teamed up with photographer Denis Rouvre to feature the faces of these individuals in a monumental exhibition.

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Seeing precarity already means fighting against it

Twelve portraits measuring 6 meters high by 3 meters wide were installed on the plaza in front of Paris’ Hotel de Ville for 3 days.

This operation enabled us to exhibit these faces, to look at them head-on in order to restore their humanity and dignity while reminding passersby of this alarming reality.

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portraits were hung

3

days of exhibition

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Denis Rouvre

Exhibition photography

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