Photographs by Larry Towell
W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1997. 128 pp., 62 duotone illustrations, 8½x11".
In the tradition of Magnum greats Gilles Perres and Josef Koudelka, Larry Towell's portraits of El Salvadorans are a richly layered tapestry of chaos and grace. Beginning in 1986, Towell photographed the El Salvadorian revolution, its terror and its aftermath. Without betraying these circumstances through simplification, Towell has managed to find spirit and beauty within the tragedy of civil war.
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