Camille Farrah Lenain is a French-Algerian photographer, documentary filmmaker and portrait artist who grew up in Paris, studied photography at ESA in Brussels and ICP in New York. She moved to New Orleans in 2013, where she teaches photography at Tulane University and works on long-term projects focused on empathetic portraiture, exploring notions of representation, collective memory and plural identities.
Photography exhibitions, related to migration and LGBT+ ethnic minorities (Camille Farrah Lenain, artist photographer)
*Opening on June 27 at 8 PM
RML (Refuge Migrant-es LGBT+), Institut CALEM & AOZIZ (houses of inclusion in Marseille)