• Valentin Bianchi

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  • Location: Liège
    Nationality: Belgian
    Biography:   Valentin Bianchi is a freelance photojournalist based in Liège, Belgium, close to Germany, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Between work on long-term issues, he also shoots regularly for wire agencies and newspapers on current affairs or... read on
Updated Mar 28, 2017
Victoire, Shared Moments With A Wonderful Person
By Valentin Bianchi
Victoire is a 30 year-old young woman, living in Belgium. Raised...
Autism, Documentary, Photography, Photojournalism
Updated Jan 22, 2018
Inside The Red Zone
By Valentin Bianchi
February 3rd, 2011. Team of the Heliported Medical Center (CMH)...
Bra-Sur-Lienne Aerial, Aviation, Documentary, Health/Healing, Photography, Photojournalism
Updated Jan 02, 2018
Stars & Rain
By Valentin Bianchi
In April 2010, when I start my story about Victoire, a young...
Beijing Autism, Children, China, Documentary, Editorial, Education, Mental Illness, Photography, Photojournalism, Teens, Youth
Updated Jan 02, 2018
The Final Step
By Valentin Bianchi
2015 was undoubtedly the most difficult year in Europe’s on-going...
Grande Synthe Borders, Calais Jungle, Children, Documentary, Editorial, France, Freedom, Human Rights, Illegal Trafficking, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism
Updated Jan 04, 2018
The Hope To Exist
By Valentin Bianchi
A few weeks after the last bombardments on Gaza, life trying to...
Gaza Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Gaza, Hope, Isolation, Military, Oppression, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Prison, War
Updated Jan 22, 2018
Anti-Islam Protest In Rotterdam, Netherlands
By Valentin Bianchi
On January 20th, 2018, at the initiative of Geert Wilders, member...
Rotterdam, Netherlands Confrontation, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Immigration, Islam, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Racism
Updated Jan 22, 2018
Human Chain In Brussels
By Valentin Bianchi
Citizen action at the initiative of the "Citizen Refugee Support...
Brussels Borders, Civil Rights, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Human Rights, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Violence