The exhibition displays 40 photographs of Vietnamese women from photographer Réhahn at An Hoi Sculpture Garden (Nguyen Phuc Chu street, Hoi An).
Madame Loi is 87 years old. She still takes care of her garden, every day, all year long!
The hidden smile of a woman in An Bang Beach, Hội An
A woman of the Nung ethnic minority group in Su Phi, Ha Giang
A woman of Hre minority group in Ba To, Quang Ngai
The smile of a lady in Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang
A lady of Hmong minority group in Moc Chau, Sơn La was both working and taking care of her son at the same time
"Time of harvesting” was taken in Mu Cang Chai, Dien Bien Phu
A woman of Brau Ethnic minority group in Đăk Mế, Kon Tum.
A Cham woman in Phan Rang
A sunny morning in Hoi An
A 91-year old woman of La Hu ethinic minority group in Lai Chau
The young Cham ladies in Phan Rang.
A 73-year old woman of H"Mong ethnic minority group in Sa Pa.
Réhahn is a photographer from Normandy, France, based in Hoi An, central Vietnam. Led by his love of travelling and meeting people. The media regularly cites him as the Photographer who captures the souls of his models. Indeed, Réhahn spends time with the people he meets and builds a relationship with them before taking their photographs. Specialising in the ethnic groups of Vietnam, he travels the far reaches of this country on his motorbike in order to capture the latest images of these dying cultures.