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Photojournalist Reza teaches in Buenos Aires slums

By Aude Villiers-Moriamé

His photographs are known all over the world. Franco-Iranian photojournalist Reza has covered some of the biggest historical events of the past decades, such as the Lebanese civil war and the Rwandan genocide. A vast experience he now wants to pass on to young generations.

Just last week Reza started giving photography lessons to a group of students from the slums of Buenos Aires.

The project will result in an international exhibition.

Correspondent Aude Villiers-Moriamé, attended Reza’s first classes with the children.

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