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Michael Katakis Photographs and Words

Katakis, Michael; Hardin, Kris L.

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ISBN 10: 0712309144 / ISBN 13: 9780712309141
Published by The British Library, London, 2011
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Oversized Brown cloth with gilt lettering. Appears unread. Text is clean and white, no marks. Unclipped DJ shows a hint of edgewear. With an Introduction by Michael Palin. "The work is a moving portrait of America's strengths, sacrifices and errors during a profoundly divisive time in the nation's history. But ultimately, it is a portrait of Americans honoring loved ones and attempting to find answers to the questions, that years later, continue to haunt not only those left behind but the nation as well." (from the jacket). Bookseller Inventory # G50116

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Title: Michael Katakis Photographs and Words

Publisher: The British Library, London

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: Stated First Edition.

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Photographer Michael Katakis has spent the last twenty-five years traveling around the world with a camera and a journal. While collaborating with his wife, social anthropologist Kris Hardin, Katakis’s perceptive work has spanned continents and cultures. The brilliant result of that partnership is captured here in Photographs and Words. Among their projects presented here is their initial collaboration at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, where they photographed and interviewed both veterans and civilians, creating a moving portrait of America’s strengths, sacrifices, and errors during a profoundly divisive time in the nation’s history. A different and disturbing vision of America country emerges in “Troubled Land: Twelve Days across America,” in which Michael Katakis sought to have a dialogue with ordinary people immediately after September 11. Bookended by these two American projects were periods of fieldwork in Sierra Leone documenting a village and its inhabitants just before a bloody civil war began. The unintended significance created by the awful events that followed provides a disconcerting context for the images. Both a very personal project and a universal portrait of a troubled humanity, Photographs and Words presents the very best work from one of America’s most distinguished photographers.

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Michael Katakis is an American photographer. His other books include The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Excavating Voices: Listening to Photographs of Native Americans, and Traveller: Observations from an American in Exile.

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