Simon Norfolk has photographed sites of genocide and war crimes—names that ring like a death knoll for mankind—Rwanda, Cambodia, Vietnam, Auschwitz, Dresden, Ukraine, Armenia, Namibia. His photographs are charged with an overwhelming emotional intensity as they document where humans have left their trace. They are an extraordinary record of man’s inhumanity to man.
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Winner of the 2002 European Publishers' Award for Photography, Simon Norfolk won the Olivier Rebbot Award in 2003 and was short-listed for the CitiBank Prize. In 2004 he received a prestigious International Centre of Photography Infinity Award, and the Terence Donovan from the Royal Photographic Society.
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Buchbeschreibung Stockport, Lewis, 1998. BRAND NEW. Virgin copy, not yet traded! Royal quarto. Unpaginated. Photographic album with fine duotone full-page plates. Text illustrations. Thumbnail image index with extended captions. Chapter introductions. Essay. Printed on fine paper throughout. Hardcover, cloth with dust-jacket. A most beautiful copy in exceptionally fine condition! ~ First edition. "This book is about the silence of the pathless woods, about the traces and symbols left behind by genocide; and it is about memory and its erosion." Born in the UK, Simon Norfolk is a respected photojournalist whose work has featured in magazines and newspapers worldwide. This is his first book, now a much sough-after collectible. Michael Ignatieff is a leading writer, broadcaster, and commentator on 20th century history and culture. Artikel-Nr. 2362