Marie Dorigny
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Photoreporter for over 25 years, Marie Dorigny first worked as a writer. She joined the photographic world in December 1989 during the Romanian revolution and produced engaged reports on child labour, the status of women and contemporary forms of slavery.

Her work, published in the national and international press, has also been repeatedly exhibited in the photo galleries of the FNAC (domestic slavery), at the festival of photojournalism Visa pour l’Image in Perpignan (child labour and land grabbing), at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (prostitution and illegal immigration), and at the Museum of Lyon (Kashmir).

Her work has been awarded many times:

- 1991: World Press for her report on the ravages of Agent Orange in Vietnam

- 1998: Kodak Award of the young photojournalist for her work on domestic slavery

- 2013: laureate of a grant from the Photoreporter Festival in St Brieuc Bay for a report project on violence against women in Nepal

- 2014: winner of the AFD/Polka photo grant for her project “Main basse sur la terre” on land grabbing in Mozambique. This work was later exhibited at the MEP in Paris.

Three monographs also present her photographic work:

“Enfants de l’ombre” (Marval Editions, 1993), "Cachemire, le paradis oublié" (Editions du Chêne, 2004) and finally, "L’inde invisible" (CDP Publishing, 2008).

Her latest work, "Displaced, femmes en exil", was commissioned in 2016 by the European Parliament. It has been exhibited (for three months) by the Parlamentarium in Brussels and at Visa pour l'Image.

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Series

Displaced — Marie Dorigny

2016
Champaran, Bihar, India In 1917, upon his return from South Africa, Gandhi traveled for several months along the roads of Champaran to organize the small farmers fight against the British indigo planters.

Main basse sur la terre - Inde — Marie Dorigny

2014

Main basse sur la terre - Mozambique — Marie Dorigny

2014

Nepal - The country that didn't like women — Marie Dorigny

2013

Publications​ / Exhibitions

Polka. Displaced

2016

Animan. Japon

2016

Faim et Développement / CCFD. Les damnés de la terre

2016

National Geographic. Japon

2015

Altermondes. Guatemala

2015

National Geographic. Les "chrétiens cachés" de l'île de Kyushu

2015

National Geographic. Nepal

2014

Polka. Mozambique - Main basse sur la terre

2014

Altermondes. Cambodge

2014

Geo. Inde - Si loin de Gandhi

2013

Geo. USA

2010

Géo. Islande

2010

National Geographic. USA

2009

National Geographic. Pakistan

2009