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  • Benoît Feron
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November 2020. As the government puts us back into lockdown, photographer Benoît Feron launches into an incredible daily series of shots posted on Facebook and Instagram, offering his spectators an opportunity to travel the world until the borders reopen 165 days later. The images cover every genre, including nature, humans, animals, and the urban environment.

With nearly 1,650 photos and numerous travel stories depicting unsuspected worlds, this unique journey marked by its variety and high artistic quality takes us to 39 destinations in the world.

This book represents a citizen’s initiative that has been hailed by the many Internet users who consult it every day and express their gratitude for this unwavering contribution and for brightening up their daily lives in these complicated times. Voyages retraces this astonishing journey to perpetuate the dream...

The authors

  • Benoît Feron

    Benoît Feron is a Belgian photographer living in Brussels. Her work is fueled by a deep love of travel and exploration of the planet, its peoples and its wonders. With a particular interest in the Horn of Africa, its striking lights and its infinite nature, but above all the great diversity and infinite beauty of its peoples, of which he captured a number of portraits but also skins, body painting , scarifications or ornaments. He is the author of several books and has been widely exhibited in Belgium and France.

    Exhibitions : 2021 Burners, invite d’honneur, Phot’Aubrac 2021 (FR) 2021 Regards sur le monde de la nature abstraite à l’Humain, Galerie Imag’in Art (Sainte, FR) 2021 Elements Terra Abstracta, Villa Gallery (Liege, BE) 2021 Burners by BF, Ten Gallery (Knokke, BE) 2020 Elements Terra Abstracta, invite d’honneur, Phot’Aubrac 2020 (Nasbinal et Aubrac, FR) 2020 Elements Terra Abstracta, invite, Festival Spot-Nature (Le Havre, FR) 2020 Les Lacs du Rift, invite d’honneur, Festival Photo A Ciel Ouvert (L’Ile-d’Olonne, FR) 2020 Art For Cities (Budapest, HUNG) 2019 Elements Terra Abstracta, Montier Festival Photo (Montier-en-Der, FR) 2019 Art For Cities, Arthus Gallery (Bruxelles, BE) 2019 Ethnicity, invite d’honneur, Festiphoto de Rambouillet (Rambouillet, FR) 2018 Ethnicity, Galerie Arnaud Rogez (Bruxelles, BE) 2018 Ethnies, Voies Off (Arles, FR) 2018 Ethnies, Arts2 B (Wavre, BE) 2017 White Yellowstone, Festival International Nature de Namur (Namur, BE) 2017 Portraits du Rift, soiree Comequi, Chateau du Lac (Genval, BE) 2016 Portraits du Rift, Festival photo animaliere et de nature (Montier-en-Der, FR) 2015 Portraits du Rift, Festival AVES de photographie (Namur, BE) 2015 Skins, Cercle du Lac (Louvain-la-Neuve, BE) 2014 Portraits du Rift, Hangar H18 (Bruxelles, BE) 2013 From Earth to Skin, Bank  Degroof (Wavre, BE) 2010 African Skins 2, Young Gallery (Knokke, BE) 2010 African Skins, Galerie Duque & Pirson (Bruxelles, BE) 2009 Surma, Faces & Bodies, Bank Delen (Anvers, BE) 2008 Surma, Faces & Bodies, Galerie Duque et Pirson (Bruxelles, BE)

  • Colette Braeckman
    Journalist for the daily Le Soir in Brussels, Colette Braeckman has covered many conflicts and crisis situations around the world. She was particularly interested in Central Africa, following the end of the Mobutu regime, its disputes with Belgium and the two wars which marked the overthrow of the dictator, as well as the difficult advent of democracy. Since its inception, she has followed the genocide in Rwanda and its consequences in the Great Lakes region, in particular the use of rape as a weapon of war and the destabilization of eastern Congo during regional wars. His African experiences have inspired many books including The Dinosaur or The Zaire of Mobutu, History of a Genocide or The New Predators (Fayard editions). After writing The Man Who Repairs Women (editions Grip), a book devoted to Doctor Mukwege, she was co-author of the film of the same name directed by Thierry Michel. She contributes regularly to Le Monde diplomatique and to Politique internationale and has given numerous conferences. The University of Liege and the Catholic University of Bukavu awarded him the title of doctor honoris causa for his work on Africa.
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