Canadian photojournalist Frédéric Séguin publishes his first photobook, Réplique (Replica), which smoothly and subtly describes the atmosphere in Nepal, two years after being hit by a major natural disaster. This is not, however, a book about an earthquake, but more an earthquake that gets inadvertently written into a book. The term “replica” refers to the earthquake of May 2015 and...
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