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Bernard Sabrier: Vanuatu

Bernard Sabrier: Vanuatu
 

As a child Bernard Sabrier was given a map of the Pacific by his father, and since then the archipelago of Vanuatu has remained in his imagination. Forty years later, Sabrier made the journey to Vanuatu. This book documents his experiences.

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ISBN 9783869302584
Barcode 9783869302584
Release Date 1 September 2017 by Misc - Alliance Distribution
Format Hardback
Author(s) By Sabrier, Bernard

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ISBN-13 9783869302584
ISBN-10 3869302585
Stock Release date is 1 September 2017
Status Available for pre-order, ships once released
Publisher Misc - Alliance Distribution
Imprint Steidl Verlag
Release Date 1 September 2017
International Release Date 24 July 2018
Publication Country Germany Germany
Format Hardback
Author(s) By Sabrier, Bernard
Category Individual Photographers
Photographs: Collections
Pasifika
Vanuatu
New Zealand & Related
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
NBS Text Photography
ONIX Text General/trade
Number of Pages 142 pp
Dimensions Not specified
Weight 300g
Dewey Code 779.092
Catalogue Code 228664

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As a child Bernard Sabrier was given a map of the Pacific by his father, and since then the archipelago of Vanuatu has remained in his imagination. Forty years later, Sabrier made the journey to Vanuatu and this book documents his experiences. Discovered by the Spanish in 1606 and claimed by the French and English in the 1880s, Vanuatu became a republic in 1980 and today subsists mostly on agriculture and tourism. Such facts inform our perception of Sabriers pictures but are secondary to his project. These candid images depict the natives with which Sabrier has formed personal bonds and so is the realisation of a childhood dream in an open-eyed, non-patronizing way.

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