Photo exhibition by Cédric Delannoy
From June 3 – June 16
Ratanakiri is one of the most remote province of Cambodia. Located at the extreme North-East of the country, a 9-hour drive from Phnom Penh, the province is well known for the beauty of its environment.
Ratanakiri consists mainly of indigenous peoples with their own language and culture. Settled in distant villages, these groups are particularly poor and vulnerable. They lack infrastructure, livelihood opportunities, health services and education. Their lives depend on agriculture and natural resources.
The exhibition aims to show the everyday life of these people in a simply but touching way. The photos have been taken on a recent 3-year period in Ratanakiri only.
Opening event: Wednesday, June 3
6:30pm: Screening of ” Annâdya” preceded by an opening speech by Cédric Delannoy
” Annâdya”, 2014, 75mn, Khmer version with English subtitles
8pm: Cocktail reception