Senegal River PictureTestimonialThe geographical border between Mauritania and Senegal, the river nonetheless remains an element of the identity of the communities that people its banks, whatever their nationality. Mamoudou Lamine Kane, a photographer, poet and journalist, likes to speak of his country, Mauritania, by following this path of water, meeting the communities who live from farming, livestock breeding and fishing. For Living with Rivers, he accepted to tell us of these meetings and thus offer a narrative on his country.
Senegal River ArticlePictureFrom human beings in business to human beings close to nature; from high-level positions in France to helping the poorest in Senegal: Yves Barou has had an incredibly rich and atypical career, whose common thread is a commitment to others and to social justice.
Rhone PictureCamille Moirenc has been travelling along the Rhone for more than 15 years. From his native Provence, he began to photograph the river, mixed with salt water in the delta of the Camargue or more corseted in Arles or in Avignon. Then, he went further north, discovering other landscapes, other uses, until its source in the glacier in Switzerland. For Living with Rivers, he agreed to make the opposite journey and tell us, through his photos, what is his Rhone…