Territory: USA & Canada
Size: 9.5 in x 12.25 in
Illustrations: 180 b&w
- The internationally renowned fashion and interior design photographer's portraits taken over thirty years travel from Africa to Asia
- Intriguing black and white images uncover our common humanity at all ages and across cultures
- Beautifully designed with an imprinted textile cover
"Serge Anton, the photographer who makes human wisdom visible" - La Libre.be
"The old, mysterious faces, warped and waned by the touch of time, the wrinkles on a skin that's been frayed by years of sunlight and the serene, enigmatic gazes are enchanting, poetic and reminiscent of faraway corners of the world." - Nicola Giovannini
Serge Anton, internationally renowned fashion and interior design photographer, proudly presents his collection of portraits in Faces. Intriguing black and white portraits - from Africa, all the way to Asia - this is a beautifully designed book with an imprinted textile cover.
Serge Anton has spent the last 30 years traveling the world. Faces collects the faces with character he photographed during his countless travels in Africa and Asia. His portraits tell wordless stories, as they reveal a certain resemblance in the exotic faces of faraway cultures. The details in their eyes, the light sifting through the black-and-white images, the wrinkles that seem to reflect the wisdom of lifetimes. Serge Anton's portraits adorn many modern and bohemian restaurants and hotels around the world.
What the press have said about this book...
“A beautifully designed book of portraits from Anton’s countless travels in Africa and Asia.” – E-Global Travel Media
“Serge Anton has now compiled pictures in a beautifully designed tome that he says, through the portraits within, tells the stories of exotic and faraway cultures.” – Daily Mail
“The most striking element of these portraits is the genuineness of the expressions.” –Latitudes Travel Magazine
“The monochrome portraits tell a story about each subject and form a captivating collection of exotic faces from distance cultures.” – Vacations & Travel Magazine
“Captures the characters of locals from countless journeys across Africa and Asia.” – Get Lost Magazine
“Provides an intimate look at faces from people in Africa and Asia through both color and black and white photography.” – A Plus
“A photography book that captures, without words, the universal spirit of cultures around the world.” – My Modern Met