Ivan Sigel. White Road.

Göttingen 2012.

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In den Jahren 1998 bis 2005 bereiste der Fotograf Ivan Sigel Zentralasien, seine Reiseroute führte ihn durch Russland, Kasachstan, Usbekistan, Tadschikistan, Kirgistan and Afghanistan. Eher Dokumentar- als Reisefotografie, überzeugt der schöne Band mit seinen Bildern des rauen Alltags aus den Provinzen wie aus den Städten nach dem Zusammenbruch der UdSSR, ein historisches Dokument zugleich. »White Road« meint übrigens »Gute Reise« auf kasachisch, kirgisisch und auf usbekisch und begleitet, auf Schildern angebracht, den Reisenden dorthin, wo die Einsamkeit der Steppe beginnt.(Text englisch) 2 Bände, 19 x 26,5 cm, 104 Seiten, Leinen (Textband), 26,5 x 19 cm, 366 Seiten, 225 ganzs. Tritone-Abb., Leinen (Bildband), zusammen in Stülpkarton. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Reseña del editor: From 1998 to 2005, Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. He roamed with a dual identity: on the one hand designing media projects with local communities; on the other, an itinerant documentarian. The images from his multi-year odyssey reveal the unsettled lives of Eurasians in provincial towns and cities. Alongside the photos, an episodic narrative unfolds: vignettes chronicling Sigal’s encounters while tracing his restless passage through the landscape. Through image and text, White Road addresses what was left behind when the Soviet Union’s ideological superstructure was stripped away, eliminating the grand narrative that imposed meaning on people’s lives. The cumulative effect is that of a search without a centre or apparent goal. We sense that circumstances of history and power propel us―subject, traveller, and reader―from encounter to encounter, and from place to place. The term “white road” means “safe journey” in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek. These words are printed on road signs at the edges of Central Asian towns, wishing travellers well as they enter the emptiness of the steppe. Ivan Sigal is a documentary photographer who works on long-term storytelling projects. Born in 1969 in Pennsylvania, he has lived for extensive periods in the former Soviet Union and in Asia. Sigal’s Eurasia work has been exhibited in cities across the former Soviet Union and in the United States. He also designs and creates international media projects, with a focus on networked communities.

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Ivan Sigal
Verlag: Steidl (2012)
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Buchbeschreibung Steidl, 2012. Gebundene Ausgabe. Zustand: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Wie neu - From 1998 to 2005, photographer Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. He roamed with a dual identity: on the one hand designing media projects with local communities; on the other, an itinerant documentarian. The images from his multi-year odyssey reveal the unsettled lives of Eurasians in provincial towns and cities. Alongside the photos, an episodic narrative unfolds: vignettes chronicling Sigal s encounters while tracing his restless passage through the landscape. Through image and text, White Road addresses what was left behind when the Soviet Union s ideological superstructure was stripped away, eliminating the grand narrative that imposed meaning on people s lives. The cumulative effect is that of a search without a centre or an apparent goal. We sense that circumstances of history and power propel us subject, traveller, and reader from encounter to encounter, and from place to place. The term white road means safe journey in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek. These words are printed on road signs at the edges of Central Asian towns, wishing travellers well as they enter the emptiness of the steppe. Ivan Sigal is a documentary photographer who works on long-term storytelling projects. Born in 1969 in Pennsylvania, he has lived for extensive periods in the former Soviet Union and in Asia. Sigal s Eurasia work has been exhibited in cities across the former Soviet Union and in the United States. He also designs and creates international media projects, with a focus on networked communities. 340 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. INF3003047927

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Buchbeschreibung Göttingen: Steidl, 2012. Zustand: Wie neu. 367 und 103 Seiten, mit sehr zahlreichen Abbildungen. 2 Leinenbände mit Titel- und Rückentitelprägung, in schlichtem Pappkarton, in neuwertigem Zustand. - From 1998 to 2005, photographer Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. He roamed with a dual identity: on the one hand designing media projects with local communities; on the other, an itinerant documentarian. The images from his multi-year odyssey reveal the unsettled lives of Eurasians in provincial towns and cities. Alongside the photos, an episodic narrative unfolds: vignettes chronicling Sigal’s encounters while tracing his restless passage through the landscape. Through image and text, White Road addresses what was left behind when the Soviet Union’s ideological superstructure was stripped away, eliminating the grand narrative that imposed meaning on people’s lives. The cumulative effect is that of a search without a centre or an apparent goal. We sense that circumstances of history and power propel us – subject, traveller, and reader – from encounter to encounter, and from place to place. The term "white road" means "safe journey" in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek. These words are printed on road signs at the edges of Central Asian towns, wishing travellers well as they enter the emptiness of the steppe. Ivan Sigal is a documentary photographer who works on long-term storytelling projects. Born in 1969 in Pennsylvania, he has lived for extensive periods in the former Soviet Union and in Asia. Sigal’s Eurasia work has been exhibited in cities across the former Soviet Union and in the United States. He also designs and creates international media projects, with a focus on networked communities. (Verlagsanzeige) Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 2700 Gebundene Ausgabe. 2 Bände in Karton. Artikel-Nr. 61660

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Buchbeschreibung steidl / corcoran gallery of art, göttingen, 2012. Hardcover. Zustand: Sehr gut. erste auflage. hardcover. sehr gute exemplare. tadellos, gebunden, graue und schwarze original-leinenausgaben im papp-karton, band 1: fotoband, 367 seiten durchgehend schwarz-weiß illustriert, band 2: textband, 103 seiten, format: 20x28cm 2630 Gramm. Buch. Artikel-Nr. 33121X

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Buchbeschreibung Göttingen, Steidl/ Corcoran Gallery of Art., 2012. 1 ed. 2 Bände. 27x19, 367 + 103 Seiten, Gewebe, Ausstellungskatalog und Textbuch in Kartonschachtel. Neuwertig. Schachtel mit wenigen Gebrauchspuren. Sprache: englisch. Artikel-Nr. 40713AB

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Buchbeschreibung Göttingen. Steidl., 2012. Erste Auflage. 2 Bände. 26,5 x 19 cm. 103 S./ 367 S. OLeinen in OPappschachtel. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Text- und Bildband über die Reisen des Fotografen Ivan Sigal durch Russland, Kasachstan, Usbekistan und Afghanistan in den Jahren 1998 bis 2005. Artikel-Nr. 1570DB

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Buchbeschreibung Steidl Gerhard Verlag Dez 2012, 2012. Buch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - From 1998 to 2005, photographer Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. He roamed with a dual identity: on the one hand designing media projects with local communities; on the other, an itinerant documentarian. The images from his multi-year odyssey reveal the unsettled lives of Eurasians in provincial towns and cities. Alongside the photos, an episodic narrative unfolds: vignettes chronicling Sigal s encounters while tracing his restless passage through the landscape. Through image and text, White Road addresses what was left behind when the Soviet Union s ideological superstructure was stripped away, eliminating the grand narrative that imposed meaning on people s lives. The cumulative effect is that of a search without a centre or an apparent goal. We sense that circumstances of history and power propel us subject, traveller, and reader from encounter to encounter, and from place to place. The term white road means safe journey in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek. These words are printed on road signs at the edges of Central Asian towns, wishing travellers well as they enter the emptiness of the steppe. Ivan Sigal is a documentary photographer who works on long-term storytelling projects. Born in 1969 in Pennsylvania, he has lived for extensive periods in the former Soviet Union and in Asia. Sigal s Eurasia work has been exhibited in cities across the former Soviet Union and in the United States. He also designs and creates international media projects, with a focus on networked communities. 340 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783869305387

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