From January 2018, an area of 20m2 in Hoi An Museum has been used for displaying a collection of famous French photographer Réhahn Croquevielle.
Réhahn is known as the photographer with portraits in Vietnam, Cuba and India. He always spent a lot of time building close relationship with the people he photographed, so his photos captured the soul of the character. After traveling over 35 countries, he decided to choose Hoi An, Vietnam as his stopover which considered as his second home.
The gallery is a collection of photos about Hội An sightseeing and people in daily life under the view of Réhahn. He intergrated soul into the photos. He integrated the soul into the picture, highlighting the charm of the ancient town, the beauty of poetry, the tranquility of Hoi An villages and the pure personality of Hoi An local people.
The gallery is exhibited in the third floor of Hoi An Museum, No.10B Trần Hưng Đạo street, Hội An.