Lost at the borders of northern Borneo, the Celebes archipelago in Indonesia and the southern Philippines, navigating the Sulu and Celebes seas, thousands of nomads from the Badjao Sea see their way of life threatened, just like their sedentary cousins and all the populations of the region who live from fishing on the shallows. Millions of people are affected. In this region, a real powder keg, where pirates, Muslim extremists now linked to Daesh, corrupt police officers, traffickers of all kinds (humans, drugs, cigarettes, weapons ...), these few thousand stateless nomads are trying to survive , victims of these armed groups.
Since 1986, Pierre de Vallombreuse has been a tireless witness to the life of indigenous peoples on the five continents. He has created a unique photographic collection of 42 constantly evolving peoples, paying homage to the precious diversity of the world.
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Format: 185 x 240 mm
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