Agnès Villette is a London based freelance journalist and photographer. She has been contributing to Citizen K magazine for the past 20 years and also write and photograph for various French and international papers and magazine, such as Wedemain, Le Monde, Sud Ouest, Dust ...
Her written and photographic work deals with contemporary trends and social practices. She is particularly drawn to eccentric personalities and communities. Her work took her from Men Gastronomical societies in the Basque area of Spain, to various Nuns monasteries in Europe producing monastic food. She has written and photograph several projects around gastronomy and its social implications.
2011 - Guernesey Photography Prize, Third Place
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Modern ruins: Grenoble Winter Olympic Games
In 1968, the winter olympic games took place in Grenoble. At the time, they happened to be the most expensive games ever organised. Up to now, the various concrete installations scattered around the alpine mountainous landscape are progressively being reclaimed by nature.
Liberland, the new Libertarian Eldorado
The new libertarian territory being reclaimed from a "terra nullius" on the Danube, between Croatia and Serbia. 2015's summer marked the birth of a new utopian nation which is gathering a lot of activists who are replaying the old dream of conquerors of new lands.