« Throughout the photo exhibition, you’ll find 5 strikingly beautiful short films that show the Go getting dressed up, praying, waiting, learning, loving… Rare private moments, with no voice over or interview, but an incredible work on sound that manages to render the sound of the indoors, breaking down space and time to reach in and grasp the mystery of these young women, filled with fierce hope for freedom »
France inter – Hortense Volle
‘Go de nuit, Les Belles retrouvées’. A politically committed project, carried out in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire) about the daily lives of young girls, aged 10 to 24, excluded from everything?
Libération – Brigitte Ollier
A very moving exhibition. Their beauty, their dignity, and their suffering are all immediately visible.
France culture – Marie Héléne Fraïsse
Anthropologist Eliane de Latour uses cinema, photography, and literature to recount the resistance of those left by the wayside, such as the teenage prostitutes in the Abidjan ghettos who are the focus of her most recent exhibition in Paris. She does not dwell on misery, quite the opposite.
Témoignage chrétien – Naly Gérard