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Nick Brandt: Inherit the Dust (Hardback)

Nick Brandt, Wendell Berry

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ISBN 10: 0692520546 / ISBN 13: 9780692520543
Edité par Distributed Art Publishers, United States, 2016
Neuf(s) Etat : New Hardback
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Three years after the conclusion of his trilogy, On This Earth, A Shadow Falls Across the Ravaged Land, Nick Brandt returns to East Africa to photograph the escalating changes to the continent s natural world. In a series of epic panoramas, Brandt records the impact of man in places where animals used to roam, but no longer do. In each location, Brandt erects a life size panel of one of his animal portrait photographs, setting the panels within a world of explosive urban development, factories, wasteland and quarries. The people within the photographs are oblivious to the presence of the panels and the animals featured in them, who are now no more than ghosts in the landscape. Some of the animals in the panels appear to be looking out at these destroyed landscapes with sadness, as if lamenting the loss of the world they once inhabited. By the end, we see that it is not just the animals who are the victims in this out of control world, but also the humans. Inherit the Dust also includes plates of the original portraits of the animals that are featured in the life-size panels, the unique emotional animal portraiture for which Brandt is recognized. There are also two essays by the artist: a text about the crisis facing the conservation of the natural world in East Africa, and behind-the-scenes descriptions of Brandt s elaborate production process, with accompanying documentary photographs. N° de réf. du libraire AA29780692520543

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Titre : Nick Brandt: Inherit the Dust (Hardback)

Éditeur : Distributed Art Publishers, United States

Date d'édition : 2016

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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With Inherit The Dust, Nick Brandt returns to East Africa to photograph, in a unique and dramatically different way, the escalating changes to the continent?s natural world and its animals. In a series of epic panoramas, Brandt photographs in places where the animals used to roam, but due to the impact of man, no longer do. In each location, Brandt erects a life-size panel of portrait photographs that include groups of elephants, rhinos, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and zebra setting the panels within a world of explosive urban development, factories, wasteland and quarries. The panoramas constitute two thirds of the book. The final third features portraits of the animals that were featured in the panels, the kind of iconic animal portraiture for which Brandt is globally recognized. Vicki Goldberg, art critic and author, writes about the work: ?Nick Brandt?s ravishing portraits of African animals are like premonitory memorials. In Inherit the Dust, his astonishing panoramas of those portraits installed lifesize in industrial and urban wastelands that have trampled the animals? habitats are a jolting combination of beauty, decay, and admonishment. The result is an eloquent and complex ?J?accuse?, for the people are as victimized by ?development? as the animals are. The breadth, detail and incongruity of Brandt?s panoramas suggest a collision between Bruegel and an apocalypse in waiting.? Kathryn Bigelow, Film Director (The Hurt Locker), writes: ?Nick Brandt?s unvarnished, harrowing but stunning new work brings us face to face with a crisis, both social and environmental, demanding the renewal of humanity itself.?

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The result is an eloquent and complex 'J'accuse, ' for the people are as victimized by 'development' as the animals are. The breadth, detail, and incongruity of Brandt's panoramas suggest a collision between Bruegel and an apocalypse in waiting.--Vicki Goldberg"Art Critic, Author" (01/13/2016)

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