Post-Script (signed)

by Laura El-Tantawy


Photographs: Laura El-Tantawy

Publisher: RRB Publishing

32 pages

Pictures: 15 color

Year: 2016

Comments: Signed and numbered by Laura El-Tantawy. Edited by Colin Pantall.

sold out

Post-Script revisits Laura El-Tantawy’s journey through Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square five years from Egypt’s momentous revolution and one year after the release of her self-published monograph, In the Shadow of the Pyramids.

The pocket-sized publication features previously unpublished images and written reflections where El-Tantawy takes readers behind the photographs and into the thoughts and emotions that went into making them. It can be considered a reflection on the act of photography itself.

The publication is released to coincide with the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016, for which In the Shadow of the Pyramids is nominated. The series goes on show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London from April 15-July 3, 2016.

Laura El-Tantawy is an Egyptian photographer. She was born in Worcestershire, England to Egyptian parents and grew up between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the US. Her photography is inspired by questions on her identity — exploring social and environmental issues pertaining to her background.


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Post-Script (signed)

by Laura El-Tantawy


Photographs: Laura El-Tantawy

Publisher: RRB Publishing

32 pages

Pictures: 15 color

Year: 2016

Comments: Signed and numbered by Laura El-Tantawy. Edited by Colin Pantall.

sold out

Post-Script revisits Laura El-Tantawy’s journey through Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square five years from Egypt’s momentous revolution and one year after the release of her self-published monograph, In the Shadow of the Pyramids.

The pocket-sized publication features previously unpublished images and written reflections where El-Tantawy takes readers behind the photographs and into the thoughts and emotions that went into making them. It can be considered a reflection on the act of photography itself.

The publication is released to coincide with the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016, for which In the Shadow of the Pyramids is nominated. The series goes on show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London from April 15-July 3, 2016.

Laura El-Tantawy is an Egyptian photographer. She was born in Worcestershire, England to Egyptian parents and grew up between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the US. Her photography is inspired by questions on her identity — exploring social and environmental issues pertaining to her background.


More books by Laura El-Tantawy

more books tagged »Egypt« | >> see all

more books tagged »protestbook« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Post-Script (signed)

by Laura El-Tantawy


Photographs: Laura El-Tantawy

Publisher: RRB Publishing

32 pages

Pictures: 15 color

Year: 2016

Comments: Signed and numbered by Laura El-Tantawy. Edited by Colin Pantall.

sold out

Post-Script revisits Laura El-Tantawy’s journey through Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square five years from Egypt’s momentous revolution and one year after the release of her self-published monograph, In the Shadow of the Pyramids.

The pocket-sized publication features previously unpublished images and written reflections where El-Tantawy takes readers behind the photographs and into the thoughts and emotions that went into making them. It can be considered a reflection on the act of photography itself.

The publication is released to coincide with the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016, for which In the Shadow of the Pyramids is nominated. The series goes on show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London from April 15-July 3, 2016.

Laura El-Tantawy is an Egyptian photographer. She was born in Worcestershire, England to Egyptian parents and grew up between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the US. Her photography is inspired by questions on her identity — exploring social and environmental issues pertaining to her background.


More books by Laura El-Tantawy

more books tagged »Egypt« | >> see all

more books tagged »protestbook« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com