“Photography allows us to see what we didn’t have the time to see, because it brings time to a standstill. It remembers. Photography is memory itself,” wrote Pierre Verger for the 1993 exhibition Pierre Verger, le messager, which featured 200 black-and-white photographs, a small portion of the documentary archives compiled by the anthropologist over the course of fifty years of traveling across the world.
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