This is the first publication of an acclaimed photo series by Magnum photographer Erich Hartmann which serves as a tribute to the men and women everywhere whose work helped create the bread which feeds the world and has now become a metaphor for sustenance. A project which has spanned a number of years, and remained prominent throughout Hartmann's other assignments, material features land workers in Israel, millers in rural France and grain barges on the Mississippi. It is a picture-poem of the significance of bread to us all.
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Erich Hartmann (1922-1999), a Magnum photojournalist for fifty years, was renowned for his work in the arts, his interpretation of the industrial landscape and his revelation of the beauties of technology.
Ruth Bains Hartmann was a book editor in a New York publishing house before turning to freelance research and writing, often working in collaboration with her husband on major projects such as "Our Daily Bread." After his death she assumed direction of his estate.
Yves Kugelmann, Swiss publicist, is editor in chief of the Jewish newspaper Tachles.
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