Vietnam Mosaic Of Contrasts - Vol. 1
Vietnam Mosaic of Contrasts is a compilation of 145 photos which depict Vietnam, the photographer’s now homeland. It is a visual tribute to the people, young and old, the exquisite landscape and the diversity of cultures in Vietnam and is a culmination of the first 3 years of his life here.
This book represents the start of Réhahn’s journey which takes you mainly to the north of Vietnam; an area which is notorious for its rough terrain but famous for its rich cultural diversity and undiscovered ethic groups.
With very few words, Réhahn lets the photo tell the story, leaving the viewer eager to turn the page.
Réhahn’s photographic journey also has a lot to do with the woman on this cover. Madam Xong, a humble woman whose job is to ferry tourists along the Thu Bon river in Hoi An, is now one of the most famous faces in Vietnam and someone he’s lucky to call his friend.
This book represents the real Vietnam; one that blends modesty, humor, childhood, old age and happiness.
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