Émilie Régnier has spent most of her life in West Africa. Beginning with her childhood in Guinea Conakry and Gabon, she moved to Mali in 2008 after her studies in Montreal, then alternated between Senegal and the Ivory Coast. She revisited these countries for her series Passeport.
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