Bolti ár: 13100 Ft
Internetes ár: 11790 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2016
Kiadó: Thames and Hudson
A bold anthology that explores how photographers worldwide are tackling the maelstrom of family life. It will appeal to photographers both professional and amateur, and to anyone who has ever been intrigued by dramas played out behind closed doors.
From Magnum member Trent Parke’s darkly amusing shots of life in suburban Australia and Denis Dailleux’s portraits of Egyptian bodybuilders and their mothers to Elina Brotherus’s devastating records of failed IVF and Nadia Sablin’s elegy to her elderly aunts in rural Russia, this book takes readers on powerful journeys that are by turns moving, funny, thought-provoking and inspiring, encouraging us to reflect on how we photograph our own families.
Complete with profiles revealing each photographer’s story and working methodology, and two essays analyzing the complications of family attachments and the ways in which these have been captured in photography of many genres and moods.
Sophie Howarth is a writer, teacher, curator and entrepreneur based in London. Co-founder of The School of Life, she has also been Curator of Public Programmes at Tate Modern and an Associate Curator for Artangel. Stephen McLaren is a widely exhibited photographer, writer and curator based in San Francisco. Howarth and McLaren are co-authors of Street Photography Now,
also published by Thames & Hudson.
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