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An Eye For An Eye
An Eye For An Eye
The NGO AN EYE FOR AN EYE establishes long-term photographic exchanges between groups of children from disadvantaged backgrounds, living all over the world. Photography is taught as a language and gives the children the chance to communicate through images although they don’t have the same mother tongue and don’t have the opportunity to meet physically.
We work by:
- providing photography courses for kids and training sessions for local facilitators on site, within the different countries
- organizing exhibitions of the photos taken by the children
- establishing and monitoring monthly photographic exchanges on a long-term basis.
AN EYE FOR AN EYE VERNISSAGE @ CAFÉ TDTF10 / 02 / 2017
The exibition “Children Focus On Planet’s Future” will be at the Café TDTF from 16th February to 7th March.
The vernissage will take place the 16th February at the Café TDTF, 43 rue Cavendish – 75019 Paris, metro Laumière.
TWO NEW GROUPS OF CHILDREN IN FRANCE06 / 02 / 2017
The new year begins with great news!
25 kids from Elsa Triolet school of Stains and 10 others from the Cultural Center Le Chaplin of Mantes-La-Jolie (France) have just joined the An Eye for An Eye programme.
A NEW PHOTO WORKSHOP IN CHINA09 / 01 / 2017
The ambassador photographer Yeping, Flora Xu and the teachers of the Liuying Rd School of Shanghai lead a second photo workshop with the group of An Eye For An Eye in China!
THE EXHIBITION FRANCE/CHINA AT THE ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE OF SHANGHAI04 / 11 / 2016
The An Eye For An Eye exhibition France/China opens its doors at the Alliance Française of Shanghai.
The opening took place Thursday. An Eye For An Eye team and the photographer Adrian Lazarean was present. Some children had prepared a talk to present the project for the occasion.
PHOTO WORKSHOP IN SHANGHAI27 / 10 / 2016
Our youth worker Anna and our photographer Clémence are now in Shanghai, where they are leading the first photo workshop with 24 children of the Liuying Rd Primary School, whose parents are migrants from rural areas.
These children will exchange photos with a group of French children of the Vert Galant Primary School in Villepinte.
The workshop is put in place with the support of Flora Xu, the teachers Ms Jiang and Ms Zhang and the new ambassador photographer Ye Ping.
The photo exhibition France/China will take place on 3rd November at the Alliance française of Hongkou, in Shanghai.