VISA pour l’image

Exposition de Luis Tato (UPIFC),  du 1 au 16 · 09 · 2018, à l’Église des Dominicains de Perpignan (France).

PRÉSENTATION

Le rapport de l’élection présidentielle en Kenya (2017) avec lequel LUIS TATO (UPIFC) a remporté le pretigieux PRIX RÉMI OCHLIK de la Ville de Perpignan 2018, dans la 30ème édition de VISA pour l’image.

  • Luis Tato est membre de Sindicat de la Imatge UPIFC depuis le 12·11·2012, avec la carte de PRESSE número 1211678.

An opposition supporter carries a stone on her head under the heavy rain in front a burning barrricade in Mathare, Nairobi on October 26, 2017, as a group of demonstrators attempted to prevent voters from accessing a polling station in presidential elections. Kenyan politics is characterised by inter-ethnic tensions and Kenyan elections were marred by deadly riots, violent protests, killings, and beatings in key opposition strongholds along the country. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International found that just during the post-electoral process, police and inter-ethnics conflicts killed at least 100 people, and injured hundreds more in several parts of the country. © AFP Photo / LUIS TATO (UPIFC)

A woman reacts as she passes Kenyan police troops during a protest by supporters of the National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate on August 11th, 2017 at the Mathare slum of Nairobi, a stronghold of Kenyan opposition leader. Kenyan politics is characterised by inter-ethnic tensions and Kenyan elections were marred by deadly riots, violent protests, killings, and beatings in key opposition strongholds along the country. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International found that just during the post-electoral process, police and inter-ethnics conflicts killed at least 100 people, and injured hundreds more in several parts of the country. © AFP Photo / LUIS TATO (UPIFC)

Supporters of the Kenyan opposition presidential candidate shout and hold sticks during a protest in the Mathare slums of Nairobi on August 9, 2017, a day after the presidential election. Kenyan politics is characterised by inter-ethnic tensions and Kenyan elections were marred by deadly riots, violent protests, killings, and beatings in key opposition strongholds along the country. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International found that just during the post-electoral process, police and inter-ethnics conflicts killed at least 100 people, and injured hundreds more in several parts of the country. © AFP Photo / LUIS TATO (UPIFC)

Supporters of the President Uhuru Kenyatta of the ruling Jubilee party wait for Kenyatta’s arrival at a roadshow rally held in Githurai, Nairobi, Kenya, 23 October 2017. Prior to attending the ceremony, Kenyatta held a meeting with the Chairman of the country’s election commission Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and said that he has wants the repeat poll to take place on 26 October 2017 as planned. © AFP Photo / LUIS TATO (UPIFC)

QUAND:du 1er au 16 septembre 2018
OÙ:Église des Dominicains
ADRESSE6 Rue François Rabelais. 66000 Perpignan (France)
HEURES de VISITE:de 10h à 20h
ENTRÉE:libre
ORGANISE:VISA pour l’image
PLUS d’INFORMATIONS:2e BUREAU – Sylvie Grumbach