No Man's Land
London: Chris Boot, 2005.
hardcover in clamshell
signed and numbered
Boxed ltd edition with signed 16 x 20 inch silver gelatin print. 75
144 pgs, 130 duotones, 15.25 x 9.75 inches, 5.5lbs shipping
This is photographer and journalist Larry Towell's documentary account of the Palestinians. It reveals the landscape of a scarred and battered "no man's land"-neither fully Palestinian nor Israeli-and the daily life of the people who live there. Photographed over 10 years and completed with the support of the prestigious Henri Cartier-Bresson Award (with Towell its first recipient, in 2003), this is Towell's most important body of work to date and a landmark of photographic art and journalism. Towell describes the physical and psychological walls that divide Palestinians from Israelis and a land divided against itself in black and white photographs-many of them epic panoramas-that are simultaneously sad, haunting, breathtaking and beautiful. Foreword by Robert Delpire. Item #16
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