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Rémi Chauvin is an Australian photographer with degrees in Journalism and Fine Art from the University of Tasmania. After graduating, he worked as the senior photographer for the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) for six years, during which time he also pursued documentary photography work, gaining commissions for the likes of The Guardian.
He is interested in social and political issues, particularly those relating to climate change, inequality and migration.
He has recently been awarded the 2018 Rosamond McCulloch residency, for which he will spend four months documenting life in the Parisian banlieues, exploring inequality, racism and the fracturing of identity in France.