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This powerful and thought-provoking book features work by thirty-one contemporary photographers whose concern is to examine the aftermath of violence, disaster, and suffering. The photographs invite us to consider the resonance of events that have taken place over sixty years of modern history, including the aftermath of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia, and the fate of people in the midst of horrible events or long-term upheaval, such as refugees, political prisoners, or survivors of natural disasters.

These are ex-display copies and may have some curling on the spine of the dust jackets

Who wrote it?
Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator, writer, and art historian specializing in the history of photography.

How does it come?
Hardback, 25 x 30 x 2.5 cm


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