The catalogue from an exhibition of work by Bernard Plossu, held at the Musee des Beaux Arts et d'Archeologie de Besancon, December 10, 2011 - April 30, 2012. The photographs were made by Plossu during a two-year trip through Mexico, 1965-1966, an experience that changed the photographer's life. "Newly arrived in Mexico to meet his maternal grandparents, he roomed with a group of young American students, whose lives he shared and photographed over a period of a few months. Then, for two years, he wandered, capturing his road trip on film. He also participated in Zashen Maax's exploration expedition in Chiapas, on the border of Guatemala. Though they didn't find the lost temple, his encounter with the Lacandon people made a profound impact on him." The work is less travelogue and more street photography. Photographs and notes by Bernard Plossu; essays by Jean-Louis Fousseret, Emmanuel Guigon, Salvador Albinana, and Denis Roche. 272 pages; 220 duo-toned b&w and 37 color plates; 8 x 9.5 inches. Text in French.
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Book Description Images En Manoeuvres, 2011. Softcover, 272 pages; in French; as new condition; clean and crisp; no internal marks. Foreign shipping may be extra. Bookseller Inventory # BeBeIm50