TRIBE

The artist John T has photographed children's Gautier bedrooms all around the world. The starting point for an amazing journey combining art with sociology – one which you are invited to join.

70 portraits
70 stories- around the world -

MaeliReunion Island
See portrait by Maeli
MariamMorocco
See portrait by Mariam
AmelieReunion Island
See portrait by Amelie
IrwanMadagascar
See portrait by Irwan
CandiceFrance
See portrait by Candice
AlexandrRussia
See portrait by Alexandr
NoeliReunion Island
See portrait by Noeli
SashaCanada
See portrait by Sasha
JulianaBulgaria
See portrait by Juliana
HendrickGuadeloupe
See portrait by Hendrick
MohamedSaudi Arabia
See portrait by Mohamed
AbdulaSaudi Arabia
See portrait by Abdula
NikolBulgaria
See portrait by Nikol
AnikaCanada
See portrait by Anika
NikolaBulgaria
See portrait by Nikola
MariaLebanon
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FerasSaudi Arabia
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WarrenFrance
See portrait by Warren
ErikBulgaria
See portrait by Erik
RudyUnited States
See portrait by Rudy
ArthurFrance
See portrait by Arthur
CamilleFrance
See portrait by Camille
RayanSenegal
See portrait by Rayan
RitaMorocco
See portrait by Rita
ViolettaRussia
See portrait by Violetta
CatherineUnited States
See portrait by Catherine
MikhailRussia
See portrait by Mikhail
KatyaRussia
See portrait by Katya
CharlotteReunion Island
See portrait by Charlotte
LoretteFrance
See portrait by Lorette
CarineMadagascar
See portrait by Carine

tribea project
without borders

Over 5 million children throughout the world sleep or have slept in a Gautier bedroom. Along with the photographer and filmmaker John T, we went to meet them to learn more about their everyday lives.

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