Re-Build-ings

by Brian McKee


Photographs: Brian McKee

Text: Martin Margulies, Brian McKee

Publisher: Verlag Galerie Ernst Hilger

40 pages

Pictures: 20

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3-900318-57-3

Price: 45

Comments: Hardcover, 29,5 x 24 cm

The photo book "Re-Build-ings" by Brian McKee shows photographs of scarred landscapes and abandoned bombed-out palaces in places such as Afghanistan and Uzbekistan where the menance of recent violence is present. Even though the Islamic architecture is bullet-ridden, cracked and dilapidated from recent bombing, the photographs give a sense of peacefulness with the way the light filters through the structures creating stunning shadows and colors.

 


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Re-Build-ings

by Brian McKee


Photographs: Brian McKee

Text: Martin Margulies, Brian McKee

Publisher: Verlag Galerie Ernst Hilger

40 pages

Pictures: 20

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3-900318-57-3

Price: 45

Comments: Hardcover, 29,5 x 24 cm

The photo book "Re-Build-ings" by Brian McKee shows photographs of scarred landscapes and abandoned bombed-out palaces in places such as Afghanistan and Uzbekistan where the menance of recent violence is present. Even though the Islamic architecture is bullet-ridden, cracked and dilapidated from recent bombing, the photographs give a sense of peacefulness with the way the light filters through the structures creating stunning shadows and colors.

 


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Re-Build-ings

by Brian McKee


Photographs: Brian McKee

Text: Martin Margulies, Brian McKee

Publisher: Verlag Galerie Ernst Hilger

40 pages

Pictures: 20

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3-900318-57-3

Price: 45

Comments: Hardcover, 29,5 x 24 cm

The photo book "Re-Build-ings" by Brian McKee shows photographs of scarred landscapes and abandoned bombed-out palaces in places such as Afghanistan and Uzbekistan where the menance of recent violence is present. Even though the Islamic architecture is bullet-ridden, cracked and dilapidated from recent bombing, the photographs give a sense of peacefulness with the way the light filters through the structures creating stunning shadows and colors.

 


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more books tagged »USA« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com