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James & Other Apes

Mollison, James (Signed)

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ISBN 10: 0954689437 / ISBN 13: 9780954689438
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Título: James & Other Apes

Editorial: Gardners Books, 0

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: New

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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James and Other Apes Small edition Hardback Signed by the photographer First edition small format hardbound with glossy illustrated boards James and Other Apes is a collection of 50 close-up portraits of gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans and bonobos. The images are so strong and the featured apes-all named, with personal histories-so human-like that the viewer calls into question the dividing-line between man and animal. Photographed in sanctuaries across Africa and Asia, the apes featured are mainly victims of the trade in bush meat that threatens to cause their extinction. The work of young British image-maker James Mollison, a photographer working for the Benetton artlab Fabrica outside Venice, these images are a moving and powerful argument for the protection of the great apes and endorsed by world-renowned scientist and best-selling author Jane Goodall in her powerful introduction to the book. N° de ref. de la librería 2102

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Sinopsis: James and Other Apes is a collection of 50 close-up portraits of gorillas, chimpanzees, orang-utans and bonobos. The images are so strong and the featured apes - all named, with personal histories - so human-like that the viewer is forced to question the dividing line between man and animal. Photographed in sanctuaries across Africa and Asia, the apes photographed here are mainly victims of the trade in bush meat that threatens their existence. This book also serves as a powerful and moving argument for the protection of these marvellous beasts.

Biografía del autor: Born in 1973 in Kenya, James Mollison studied Art and Design at Oxford Brookes University, and Documentary Photography at Newport School of Art and Design in the UK. Since 1998, he has lived in Venice, Italy, working with Fabrica, Benetton’s creative laboratory outside Treviso. Photography for Benetton includes their 2001 campaign in support of the United Nations’ Year of the Volunteer, and the 2002 campaign in support of the World Food Programme (for which he was also Creative Editor of Hunger, a Colors supplement). Previous books of his work include Lavoratori (1999), a study of immigrant workers in the Veneto region of Italy, iO? Bologna! (1999), a celebration of Bologna Football Club’s 90th birthday, and Kosovars (2000), a study of refugees from the conflict in the Balkans (2000). He continues to work with Fabrica on campaigns, contributing to Colors Magazine, The United Nations Refugee Agency, The World Health Organization, i-D Magazine, The Guardian, Arena, !
Amica and El Pais, among others, and on personal projects.

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