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 -

RaulUnited States
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AnthonyUnited States
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JaidenCanada
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NoeliReunion Island
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AlexandrRussia
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MariamMorocco
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HendrickGuadeloupe
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MohamedSaudi Arabia
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OmarMorocco
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MaisSaudi Arabia
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NikolaBulgaria
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YasmineLebanon
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MaeliReunion Island
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DavidFrance
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YaelReunion Island
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RudyUnited States
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FerasSaudi Arabia
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AbdulaSaudi Arabia
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FatouSenegal
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SashaBelgium
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MikhailRussia
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LoretteFrance
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PavelRussia
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AnikaCanada
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SashaCanada
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MaëligFrance
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NaushwadMaurice
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LeaSenegal
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WarrenFrance
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IrwanMadagascar
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KarimLebanon
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CatherineUnited States
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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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