This book is the achievement of my work "Allanngorpoq" about the current changes in Greenland.

Greenland is suffering the effects of climate change and over the last few decades, its society has undergone a profound transformation. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture, and traditional outfits made from animal hides are now only used in the North for sled journeys. From the 67th to the 77th parallel north, from the modern towns until the nights in tent on the seaice hunting seals, the photographs of this book provide an artist's look on these contrasts over the country. The book is prefaced by Stéphane Victor.
“Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being transformed”.

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Publication: December 2014 (ISBN: 978-2-9550178-0-7)
- 23x28.5 cm
- 132 pages
- 60 photographs
- paper Arctic Volume White 150g
- hardcover
- French, English, Greenlandic

Retail price: 35€
Shipping participation: France: 5€, Europe: 10€, World: 15€

Limited edition: Edition of 100 copies numbered and signed, with 3 prints 20x24cm on photo paper - SOLD OUT

The book can also be found in some specialized libraries (Paris, France)
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I warmly thank all the people involved in the making of the book, and the people that I've had the chance to meet there!
English translation: Jennifer Le Carluer
Greenlandic translation: Riikki Therkelsen