Eyes Over Africa.
Photographs by Michael Poliza.
teNeues, New York, 2007. 408 pp., Illustrations throughout, 11¾x15".
'(Michael Poliza's)… AFRICA is unlikely to change the way you think about Africa. But it might change the way you think about photography.' (The New York Times)
In 2006, to fulfill a long-held dream, widely acclaimed photographer Michael Poliza and friend Stefan Breuer undertook a helicopter journey across Africa. Skimming close to the ground, they flew over 19 countries. Poliza's alluring—and often surprising—photographs share this exceptional journey with the world. With a bird's-eye view, we witness the astounding beauty, scale and diversity of this imposing continent. The accompanying texts give a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the photographs, and brief background to some of the most fascinating subject matters.
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