An Uncertain Grace.
Photographs by Sebastião Salgado. Introduction by Eduardo Galeano. Afterword by Fred Ritchin.
Aperture, New York, 1990. 154 pp., 129 duotone illustrations,, 11x12¾".
This collection of photographs by photographer Sebastiao Salgado represents two decades of work.
His images come from Andean villages, mining shanty-towns in the Brazilian jungle, and refugee camps in famine-stricken Ethiopia, Chad, and Mali. "Salgado's photographs honor the human spirit with a reverent dignity that approaches allegorical vision. It is not simple social documentary, but his recreation of the spirit of a people struggling against difficult odds while maintaining a dignity and sense of self that define the very roots of human existence."--the publisher. An introduction by noted critic and author Eduardo Galeano accompanies the images.
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