Steidl is publishing a book that is expected because it is surprising. Because of the originality of the subject, on the one hand, on one of the islands a nugget – too little known of the archipelago of “Vanuatu” ex-New Hebrides – and by the beauty, on the other hand of the images of a talented amateur but visibly gifted photographer: Bernard Sabrier. Fascinated at the age of eight by his father’s Rolleiflex, manipulating the viewfinder cover to project his dream of becoming a reporter already, the young Bernard never ceased to acquire the most useful cameras of each era,...
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