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Renaud Coulomb, born in France, is a freelance photographer based in Paris and a professor of Economics at Mines Paris - PSL University. He has worked on several documentary projects that focus on social and political issues such as anti-drug religious vigilante groups in Myanmar (La Guerre de l'Opium Part I, and Part II, Mediapart, 2019), gentrification in Melbourne (L'Hôtel des Mille et une nuits a rendu les armes , Mediapart, 2018, and Solo exhibition Farewell to the Gatwick at The Alliance Française, Melbourne), informal recycling  (Les «canners» de New York, galériens de la consigne, Mediapart, 2020), Burmese political refugees in Thailand (La Thaïlande, un refuge pour les Birmans, Mediapart, 2022). 

 

CONTACT

renaud.coulomb     @       gmail.com

PUBLICATIONS (Tearsheet)

- L'Hôtel des Mille et une nuits a rendu les armes (Cool Hotel Chaos), Mediapart, April 2018.

- La Guerre de l'Opium Part I  (The Pat Jasan anti-drugs religious group), Mediapart, March 2019

- La Guerre de l'Opium Part II (Drugs-related health issues in Myanmar), Mediapart, April 2019. 

- Les "Galériens" de la consigne (5 cents at a time, on NYC canners), Mediapart, February 2020.

La Thaïlande, un refuge pour les Birmans, Mediapart, February 2022.

SOLO EXHIBITION

- Farewell to the Gatwick, The Alliance Française, Melbourne (May 10 - June 13 2019). See media coverage at SBS and Broadsheet

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