A mobile photo exhibit dedicated to the winners of the Solidaires Awards given out by Centraide of Greater Montreal.
For this exhibit, three photographers cast their lens on individuals and agencies who have stood out in their commitment to fight poverty and social exclusion.
Centre d’entraide régional d’Henryville (CERH)
Public and travelling market FruiGumes
WIAIH : for people with an intellectual disability or autism
Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale (AQPAMM)
Volunteers team of the Legal Information Clinic
Women’s Y of Montreal (YWCA)
Maison de la Famille de St-François
From February 7 to 15, the public was invited to vote for the photos for the travelling exhibit.
Born in São Paulo, Jorge Camarotti began his artistic journey at 14 at a high school for the visual arts. In 2003, he moved to Montreal, where he started learning French and English at the same time. His career as a professional photographer has been taking off ever since, as his work has been published around the globe.
Sainte-Julienne native Arielle Livernoche moved to Montreal in 2012. Since then, she has grown through artistic projects and, little by little, carved out her own photography business. She likes creating images that leave room for objectivity, personal interpretation, and especially openness.
François Ollivier hails from the south of France but has lived and worked in Montreal since 2011. After a few years in creative advertising, he switched his focus to photography and now combines his artistic practice with commercial projects. Using first-person images, he tells stories through spontaneous or orchestrated scenes and observations.