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VII (Organization) James Nachtwey, David Reiff, Ron Haviv, John Stanmeyer, Christopher Anderson, Remy Ourdan, Peter Maas, Christopher Morris Alexandra Boulat, Gary Knight, Antonnin Kratochvil

Published by De. MO, Millbrook N.Y. (2003)

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From: Titcomb's Bookshop (East Sandwich, MA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: De. MO, Millbrook N.Y., 2003. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. Large volume of photographs relating to 9/11 and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Also contains articles written by photographers and journalists. Book in very good condition. Only the dust kacket shows any minor sign of wear. Some fading on the front cover and some edgewear. Still in good condition. A number of author signatures on the half title page including Christopher Morris and James Nachtwey. Size: Folio. By Authors. Seller Inventory # 043093

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Nachtwey, James

Published by New York, Phaidon, 1999. (1999)

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From: Alexanderplatz Books (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York, Phaidon, 1999., 1999. First edition. Large and very heavy folio. Orig. cloth, without dust jacket as issued. Signed by Nachtwey on the half-title. Weight of book is approximately ten pounds. This book can only be sent by Priority Mail outside of the US. Anticipate additional mailing charges to any destination. Seller Inventory # 4009

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Nachtwey, James; Introduction by Luc Sante

Published by Phaidon Press, New York (1999)

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From: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB (Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Phaidon Press, New York, 1999. First edition of the photojournalist's second book, a searing chronicle of global conflict by "the leading war photographer of today" (Parr & Badger II). Thick folio, original black cloth, illustrated throughout with 382 photographs. Signed by photographer on the title page as follows, "To all the people who open up their hearts to feel James Nachtwey." Introduction by Luc Sante. In fine condition. Laid in is an original lecture notice given by the photographer. Five-time recipient of the Robert Capa Gold Medal, Magnum photographer James Nachtwey "must be considered the leading war photographer of today, and not simply because he has covered so many of the world's recent conflicts. Nachtwey's reputation is due not simply to his longevity, but because of the quality of his brutally compassionate photographs" (Parr & Badger II:254). Inferno, Nachtwey's second book and his first in over ten years, presents unforgettable images of war, famine and loss in areas such as Romania, Bosnia, Rwanda and Kosovo. To Richard Avedon Inferno is undeniably "the most painful and beautiful book in the history of photography." "In Nachtwey's photographs, the boundary between living and dead is slim. The line between ecstasy and grief is almost invisible. You have to look very closely at these photographs" (New York Times). Seller Inventory # 47465

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