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Lyn Sullivan in front of N’oubliez Jamais #3 (Never Forget) at 1600 Smith Gallery.
When the offices of Charlie Hebdo were attacked last year, Lyn Sullivan’s annual Parisian holiday to visit family and friends morphed into a photo journey on the streets of Paris. Armed with her camera, she used art to capture the spontaneous cri de coeur of grief, rage and hope, expressed by stunning graffiti and emotional tributes everywhere she walked. Little did she know that when she read an article on France 24 that the Archives de Paris was in search of images after the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack, or that her 25 photos would be selected for them and other exhibits and awards.