Amsterdam: Artimo, 2005.
Condition: Nr Fine
544 pp , 245 color, 7 x 8.5 inches
For the most part of 2003 and into 2004, photojournalist Geert van Kesteren made these images in a struggling Iraq, intertwining them with his personal experience of the situation in diary-like notes. This body of work resonates with an honesty found only when the narrator and photographer of a story are one and the same. The situation in Iraq, following the declaration of "mission accomplished," represented a culture clash of rare proportions, and van Kesteren was witness to what went wrong. Accompanying the images is an introduction by Newsweek senior editor Michael Hirsh. Design by Armand Mevis and Linda van Deursen. Item #102
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