When journalists and international aid leave, what remains of a humanitarian crisis? What are the traces left by the uprooting of millions of humans? What do we remember from the journey of anonymous crowds?
In Broken waves, we follow the photographer Frédéric Séguin in a pilgrimage, during which he returns to meaningful places of the Syrian refugee crisis, and tries to find the people he photographed between 2015 and 2017.
In the fields, once muddy and full of tents, nature is taking back its rights. On the banks of the Greek Islands, the waves have already forgotten the tragedies of yesterday. But yet, scars remain alive in those who have been uprooted.
Monday 18 November