The collective project ‘Les Veilleuses’ (Night Lights) was born from the desire to evoke fundamental gestures.
The gestures of men and women who watch over us. They take care of the sick, the old, the wounded, the dying, and the newly born. They are nurses, doctors, stretcher-bearers, physiotherapists, and other roles which sometimes have no name. They are all around us, day and night, when the earth trembles or the world is falling apart, but also when the sun rises.
Three photographic series, produced in three different countries highlight the daily work of health workers.
Joint project by Hôpital Erasme – Cliniques universitaires de Bruxelles – ULB and MAPS, supported by Takeda Clinical Trials.
Discover the entire project here