Sanctuary. Steve McCurry
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Beschreibung- Beautiful and evocative colour photographs of the temples of Angkor in Cambodia, among the world's most impressive monuments
- Documents a magical world of carved gods, weathered masonry, tangled vegetation and orange-robed monks
- Accompanied by an informative introduction on the history and meaning of Angkor
Inhaltsverzeichniso Introduction on the history and meaning of Angkor by John Guy o 89 full colour images of Angkor, Cambodia
PortraitSteve McCurry (b.1950) launched his career as a photojournalist when, disguised in native garb, he crossed the Pakistan border into Afghanistan before the Russian invasion. His coverage won him the Robert Capa Gold Medal given to photographers exhibiting exceptional courage and enterprise. Famous also for his work in Southeast Asia, his photographs are beautiful, uplifting and powerful. McCurry has worked for National Geographic magazine for many years and is a member of the prestigious Magnum agency John Guy is a leading authority on the cultural history of Southeast Asia. He is Curator of Indian and South East Asian Sculpture at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and Consultant to UNESCO on historical monuments in Southeast Asia
Pressestimmen'McCurry has taken not just the best photos yet of not only just the buildings and the sculpture but also the life that continues in Angkor today.'
Untertitel: The Temples of Angkor. Zahlreiche Farbfotos. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Phaidon Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2005
Seitenanzahl: 144 Seiten