Pascal Maitre exhibiting at Visa pour l’Image in Perpignan, France

Pascal Maitre will be exhibiting his most recent assignment for National Geographic, focusing on Niger and the instability of the Sahel region of Africa, will be exhibited at this year’s Visa pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France, from 31 August until 15 September 2019. The work has been published on the National Geographic website in full. Niger. Every week, more than a hundred vehicles carry young men from Niger and other West African countries across the vast Ténéré Desert to Libya, facing countless dangers along the way.© Pascal Maitre / National Geographic

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