En sol majeur
Interview by Yasmine Chouaki, 2009
Ripped from the edges of the Mekong River as a child, passed by the refugee camps in Thailand, this “child of History” became a photographer to answer the need to fix what was amputated to him. From now on, caught up by the international actuality, the one of Romania, Kosovo or Rwanda, Lâm Duc Hiên’s lens is blending between the hell of the other and a kind-of romantic thing. Perhaps an effect of the Mekong, this river as mystical as it is enchanting.