Renaud Philippe (1984) is an independent documentary photographer based in Quebec, Canada. For nearly 20 years, his work has focused on the long-term consequences, for civilian populations, of armed conflicts and climate disruptions. Renaud brings an anthropological and humanistic perspective to the notions of forced exile and collective trauma in both current and historical geopolitical contexts.
His work has been exhibited, among other places, at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec, the Bangkok Art and Culture Center in Thailand, and in The Guardian gallery in London. Renaud regularly collaborates with the New York Times, the Globe and Mail, and Bloomberg.
Since January 2022, he has been dedicated to documenting the movement for the reclamation of ancestral lands by the Guarani indigenous people in Brazil.