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Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas

Les aires marines protégées de Méditerranée © Mathieu Foulquié© Mathieu Foulquié

Exhibition area: LEVEL -1

Renaud Dupuy de la Grandrive and Mathieu Foulquié travelled the Mediterranean to explore the lesser-known underwater seascapes of Libya, Syria, Albania, Algeria, Croatia, Tunisia and France.

The 14 photographs in this exhibition were all taken in marine protected areas. Produced for the 2012 Mediterranean MPA Forum, hosted in Antalya (Turkey) by MedPAN and its partners, they reflect the diversity of their shores, atmospheres and species, whether strictly Mediterranean or from elsewhere.

Designed by: Renaud Dupuy de la Grandrive and Mathieu Foulquié

Mathieu Foulquié has taken part in major expeditions (the Clipperton Islands with Jean-Louis Etienne, the Indian Ocean to shoot “Oceans”, Jacques Perrin’s documentary film) and traveled the Pacific, the two Americas and Lake Baikal.

His friend and fellow globetrotter Renaud Dupuy de la Grandrive has worked in the West Indies and the Indian Ocean, where he developed underwater trails.

They co-authored the book Agde, voyage miair-mieau (2011) and Méditerranées (to be published in October 2013). Meet them at the Ocean+ Pavillion on Wednesday, Oct. 23,10-10:45 AM.

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