The French photographer Stephan Gladieu traveled the world to find unusual stories and bring back testimonies: of doomed salt miners, the widows of the City of Krishna, Native Americans and Mai-Mai tribes… With a great sense of humanity, he has also photographed the annual commemoration of the Herero people, an ethnic group in Namibia, whose fate is as tragic as...
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