Jeannette Gregori 1


Jeannette Gregori was born in 1967, she lives in Strasbourg, France. She studied photography at the Fine Arts University, Indiana, US, as well as at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg. Her first series "Gypsy Childhoods" aims to develop tolerance towards the Roma and Sinti community. Her work was exhibited at the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty in Médiathèque André Malraux in Strasbourg, at the Council of Europe in 2009 and Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, 2018. As her photographic works develop, her social commitmemnt has diversified on settlements in France, Poland and Czech Republic. In 2014 and 2015, she cooperated with UFAT (Union of French Gypsy associations) for the recognition of the Gypsy genocide. She took part in several Roma workshops in Poland and presented her work on "The New Roma" at the International Month of Photography in Berlin. She is now represented by the art gallery Kai Dikhas in Berlin and Collectif du Hérisson. She was awarded the first place at the Monovisions Photography Awards, black and white photo of the year 2017 in photojournalism. She was also awarded the first place at the ND Awards and IPOTY (International Photographer of the Year)Awards 2017,in people/children category.


Djenissa, polygone, Strasbourg

Shahynez and her dog Corso, Polygone, Strasbourg

Tifen, Polygone, Strasbourg

Paro and Adriana, Dunkerque settlement

Evene, Agde

Cassandra and her family, Paris

The bath, Polygone, Strasbourg

Monika, teenage mom, Czarna Gora, Poland

Girl of the wind, Saintes Maries de la Mer

Kennedy, Sabrina and her little sister, Bischwiller

Kennedy, Sissi and Sabrina, Bischwiller

Tara, Bischwiller

Aurel and his kebab, Strasbourg

Cassandra's brother, Paris

Guylan and his sister Melissa

Children in Besançon

Vaîda and her grandmother Fillette, Polygone, Strasbourg

Louis and her family pictures, Besançon

The pastor's wife, Besançon

Children in Besançon

Manni, Polygone, Strasbourg

On the airfield, Polygone, Strasbourg

Tifen eight years later in Polygone, Strasbourg

Fatis and his daughter Touroute

Fillette in her kitchen

Waow Kobi and the portrait of his deceased wife

Nancy and her family

Justine and her mother in law Papintz

Wodli settlement