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Presents portraits and photographs of AIDS patients in Malawi and their children, highlighting the struggle to support and care for loved ones while dying from the disease.
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Kristen Ashburn’s photographs and stories from the Middle East, Europe, and Africa have appeared in many publications worldwide. Her accolades include a 2007 Emmy Award nomination, two World Press Photo prizes, a Getty Foundation grant in 2006, Canon’s Female Photojournalist Award in 2004, and other honors. She began photographing the impact of AIDS in southern Africa in 2001, and since then has also produced stories on the war in Iraq, Jewish settlers and suicide bombers in Israel’s occupied territories, and the aftermath of the tsunami in Sri Lanka and Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. In addition to her humanitarian photography, Ashburn is one of the directors of Through the Eyes of Children: The Rwanda Project, a charity that teaches photography to Rwandan orphans of the 1994 genocide and supports them through the sale of their images. Ashburn lives in New York City and is represented by Contact Press Images.Product Description:
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Descrizione libro POWERHOUSE BOOKS, 2009. Hardcover. Condizione: New. Condizione sovraccoperta: New. First edition stated 2009, first printing, numbers line starts with 1. Published by POWERHOUSE BOOKS. Hardcover in pictorial laminated boards with matching DJ. Condition new, square tight and crisp book, corners not bumped, no edgewear, no names, no underlinings no highlights, no bent page corners, not a reminder. DJ new, bright, no edgewear, no tears, no chips, no shelfwear, not clipped. Square 4to, 180 pages, illustrated throughout with photographs. Heavy book will require additional postage for international orders. Codice articolo 019581
Descrizione libro Hardcover. Condizione: Brand New. New. Codice articolo DH29pg301to675-38524