Guillaume DARRIBAU

    Barcelone, ES
    Guillaume Darribau est né en 1978 à Perpignan (France). Il a étudié la photographie à l’ETPA Toulouse (France).
    Il se consacre tout particulièrement à de grands projets documentaires sur des questions sociales, politiques et anthropologiques. À travers son travail, Guillaume tente de saisir les contradictions de notre monde tourmenté et en transition mais aussi de les analyser et de les remettre en question.
    En 2011, il a contribué à la création du collectif Fractures Photo avec Anderson Barbosa, Oscar B. Castillo, Nora Meesen et William Sands. Son travail a été publié entre autres dans Le Monde, Der Spiegel, Newsweek, Internazionale, Courrier International, Africa et Focus.
    Guillaume vit aujourd’hui à Barcelone (Espagne).
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      slideshow contactsheet Tourist Go Home? Guillaume Darribau

      Avec 8 988 038 touristes en 2015 soit une augmentation de 6,4% par rapport à 2014, Barcelone est la 4e ville la plus visitée en Europe par les touristes étrangers derrière Londres, Paris et Rome.

      Avec un peu plus de 1 600 000 habitants, le tourisme est omniprésent...



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      slideshow contactsheet Demonstration of the Barakat movement in Algiers Guillaume Darribau

      The Algerian police repressed a demonstration by the Barakat movement who contests for a few months the presidential election and the 4th term of Abdelaziz Bouteflika.



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      slideshow contactsheet Chinese Tourists Guillaume Darribau / Fractures

      Nearly 300 million Chinese are making tourism in their own country each year. It is a rather recent concept since 1995, the Government develops a domestic tourist economy, with the reduction of the time to work the same year, but especially with 14 days of leave pay since 1999....



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      slideshow contactsheet Ecuatorial Guinea (The Obiang Land) Guillaume Darribau / Fractures

      Equatorial Guinea is a small, rich country in West-Central Africa. Thanks to oil, Equatorial Guinea enjoyed one of the fastest economic growth rates in the world during the 1990s and 2000s. Critics, however, say that Teodoro Obiang, Equatorial Guinea's president for the past 32...



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      slideshow contactsheet Foreclosed City Guillaume Darribau / Fractures

      This work deals with the economic crisis in Spain. It focuses on the affects of the crisis in the neighborhood of Ciutat Meridiana, in Barcelona. “Ciutat Meridiana” is symbolic of what happened in 2008 with the onset of the crisis. I focused on this neighborhood because of...



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      slideshow contactsheet Reset Guillaume Darribau / Fractures Collective

      Since few years spanish streets are disquiet. From the smallest to the biggest, from the peaceful till the violent – demonstrations are multiplying. They are filled with people of all ranks from lower class till middle class – the once affected by mortgage, small savers,...



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      slideshow contactsheet Tension Guillaume Darribau

      The tension of the month June in Istanbul has not dropped, the inhabitants of the Turkish metropolis at the crossroads of Europe and Asia are worried. In a very divided society each trying to see the future, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has understood rule to divide and...



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      slideshow contactsheet Algerian election day 17/04 Guillaume Darribau / Fractures

      Algerian presidential elections..participation very low during this day, the polling stations were almost empty throughout the day..