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A limited selection of Vincent Tremeau’s iconic photos are now for sale. Editions are hand signed and numbered by Vincent.


The story behind the photo from Vincent's words:


Bonheur Flower (2014)
Portrait of Bonheur, a young florist from Bangui, Central African Republic.
"Bonheur" means happiness in French. He sells bouquets of flowers along the road in a street of Bangui, mostly on Sundays. One morning I asked him if I could take a portrait of him. "What do I get in return?" he asked. To thank him, I told him I buy the bouquets he wouldn't sell, if any were remaining. Deal.


At the end of the day, I went back to meet him and he had 14 bouquets left... That is probably the only time I bought so many flowers at once! Carrying in my hands more  flowers than I could offer, we ended up taking this portrait of him. 


This day made us both quite cheerful.

Bonheur Flowers - Central African Republic

PriceFrom €249.00
    • Fine art print on Hahnemühle 350g museum quality paper
    • Print size : 21x21 cm / Image size : 19,5x13 cm / Edition of 30
    • Print size : 30x40 cm / Image size : 20x30 cm / Edition of 20
    • Print size : 50x70 cm / Image size : 40x60 cm / Edition of 15
    • Print size : 70x100 cm / Image size : 60x90 cm / Edition of 10
    • Images are numbered and signed by Vincent Tremeau

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Vincent Tremeau

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Vincent Tremeau

Vincent Tremeau is a French photographer who was born in Montpellier and grew up in Perpignan, where he started to get interested in photography because of «Visa pour l’Image», the international Festival of photojournalism.

After studying law, he carried out several missions as a humanitarian worker in crisis-affected countries. In 2014, Tremeau pursued his commitment to be a freelance photographer and began documenting several humanitarian crises across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. He has worked with a range of United Nations agencies and non-governmental organizations.

His work has been featured in National Geographic, CNN, PBS, and exhibited around the world from New York to Tokyo, Berlin, Geneva, and Washington DC.

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