Raed Bawayah

Raed Bawayah Empreintes de passage

5, rue de Fourcy, Paris, 75004
Admission: EUR 8 (entry to European House of Photography, this exhibition is free) 
THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER OPEN - it ended on 25/01/2015
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Opening Times
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 1100 - 2000
Thursday: 1100 - 2000
Friday: 1100 - 2000
Saturday: 1100 - 2000
Sunday: 1100 - 2000
Free on wednesday from 5 to 8 pm. Closed on French Bank holidays.
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The European House of Photography dedicates an exhibition, as a retrospective of Raed Bawayah different photographic series.

Through its various series in black and white, Raed Bawayah aim to question incessantly on exclusion, confinement, normality and thus, on the place of human beings.

Whether he is with children of his village that very few venture outside its perimeter, with Palestinian workers forced into exile and sell their strength to Israel, with patients from the psychiatric hospital in Bethlehem, with gipsies communities in France or homeless in Germany, Raed Bawayah always operates with an "inside" approach.

It blends in these different communities, he comes into contact with his subjects, he established the confidence to achieve, in a second time only a realistic goal and photographic work, who knows maintain decency, compassion and respect, devoid of all misery.

Thus Raed Bawayah considers his work and his mission as a photographer: it shows the world and gives these people outside, a place in the heart of the city, in the heart of our lives, in cultural institutions and showrooms.

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