For thirty years, Pierre de Vallombreuse has tirelessly witnessed the lives of the world’s native populations. He has created a unique photographic collection of forty-two of the tribes so paying a tribute to the precious diversity of the world. Each group highlights the multiplicity of responses to the conditions that nature and history has imposed on their way of life.
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