Photographs by Paul Fusco and Magdalena Caris.
228 pp., 20 color and 112 duotone illustrations, 8.75x12".
Photographers Fusco and Caris take the viewer on a journey of unbelievable anguish through the devastated regions immediately surrounding the now-entombed Chernobyl nuclear power plant, located in the Ukraine. A witness to the toll meted out by humanity's worst technological disaster and certainly one of the most powerful documentary books published this year. This book recalls the stirring and intense work of W. Eugene Smith decades earlier in the Japanese village of Minamata.
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