The period following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 has seen the triumph of American capitalism at one extreme and the resurgence of ancient blood feuds at the other. In this major work, Magnum locate individual points of human experience north, south, east and west, and engage with the thrust of human history in different degrees, some photographers tackling dramatic events head-on in the traditional manner of the concerned photographer, others choosing subjects and aesthetic viewpoints which are entirely personal. The book is built around photo-essays and texts selected by photographers ranging from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Magnum`s newest recruits. Many images have not previously been published.
Magnum degrees is introduced by historian, broadcaster and cultural commentator Michael Ignatieff.
- Winner of a Distinctive Merit Award, New York Art Directors Club, 2000
- Winner of Kodak Fotobuchpreis, 2000
- Winner of an award from I.D. magazine`s Annual Design Review, 2000
- Exhibited at the 19th Internation Biennale of Graphic Design, BNRO 2000
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2003/12/01|
|Número de Páginas||536|