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Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black
Right half of image is a black and white photograph of a group of predominantly women with black tape covering their mouths the other half is grey with thoughts about mankind Christer Lofgren in black

MAN - Thoughts About Mankind

By (author) Christer Löfgren

£58.00

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  • A collection of photographs of people that reveal our common humanity
Full Description
In this book of poignant and expressive images, Stockholm-based photographer Christer Löfgren captures the fundamental humanity of people from around the world. He addresses the credibility of documentary photography, which many believe was lost with the advent of Photoshop. The widespread practice of manipulating photos makes it difficult to judge their authenticity. In these images, the artist asserts that documentary photography has not drowned in the world of Photoshop, and addresses the importance of the 'uncensored' image.
About the Author
Photographer Christer Löfgren is based in Stockholm Sweden and has produced 16 books in various fields. His speciality is in travel and street photography. www.christerlöfgren.com
Specifications
Publisher
Booxencounters
ISBN
9789198465112
Published
24th Jan 2020
Binding
Paperback / softback
Territory
World
Size
271 mm x 304 mm
Pages
300 Pages
Illustrations
254 color
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