It was only last year that I discovered the work of Dominique Darbois through Karl Joseph, artistic director of the Rencontres Photographiques de Guyane, which exhibited her photographs of the Wayana people, shot in the 1950s. I was surprised by these neglected photographs, which represent a valuable archive, and the fascinating journey of Darbois herself.
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