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This major work presents a remarkable sequence of photo-stories from pioneering photo agency VII, documenting world history as we have experienced it since the end of the Cold War. The 11 extraordinarily talented photographers who make up this agency work at the cutting edge of digital photojournalism, committed to recording social and cultural change as it happens around the world.
"Questions Without Answers" is an ambitious book featuring a strikingly broad selection of photo stories. Photos documenting Barack Obama giving a speech on Afghanistan to American troops sit alongside a collection of portraits featuring famous cultural figures such as David Bowie and Bernardo Bertolucci. We move from an exploration of the spread and impact of AIDS in Asia to dispatches from the current economic crisis and its effect on those working in finance. The crucial work done by VII in documenting conflict - environmental, social and political, both violent and non-violent - is also represented, including stories from the war in Iraq, the crisis in Darfur and the terrible events of 9/11.
With an introduction by the eminent David Friend, "Vanity Fair"'s editor of creative development and the former director of photography of "Life" magazine, this book is an important, moving and compelling record of the world we live in.
|Number of Pages:||367|
|Number in Series:||1|
|Author:||VII Photo Agency|
|Publisher:||Phaidon Inc Ltd|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||9.25 x 12.00 x 1.75 Inches|
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