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Koudelka : gypsies

Auteur: Josef Koudelka; Will Guy; Milan Kopřiva
Uitgever: New York : Aperture, 2011.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels : 1st Aperture edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"A revised and enlarged version of Koudelka's classic book Cikáni, prepared by Koudelka and graphic designer Milan Kopr̆iva in 1968, and intended for publication in Prague in 1970. Josef Koudelka left Czechoslovakia in 1970 after extensively documenting the Russian invasion of Prague in August 1968, and the book was eventually published in 1975. This extended version consists of 109 photographs taken between 1962  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Pictorial works
Portraits
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Josef Koudelka; Will Guy; Milan Kopřiva
ISBN: 9781597111775 1597111775
OCLC-nummer: 756054787
Opmerkingen: "...109 photographs taken between 1962 and 1971 in what was, at the time, Czechoslovakia (Bohemia, Moravia, and Slovakia), Romania, Hungary, France, and Spain."
Aperture Foundation book.
Beschrijving: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill., photos ; 33 cm.
Andere titels: Gypsies
Verantwoordelijkheid: [text by Will Guy ; original concept by Milan Kopřiva].

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"A revised and enlarged version of Koudelka's classic book Cikáni, prepared by Koudelka and graphic designer Milan Kopr̆iva in 1968, and intended for publication in Prague in 1970. Josef Koudelka left Czechoslovakia in 1970 after extensively documenting the Russian invasion of Prague in August 1968, and the book was eventually published in 1975. This extended version consists of 109 photographs taken between 1962 and 1971 in the former Czechoslovakia, Romania, Hungary, France and Spain. Koudelka's stark images depict the simplicity of Gypsy life, but he does not present their situation as a social problem that should somehow be fixed. Instead, he shows the Gypsies as perpetual outsiders, and their lives as a primal mix of glee and wonder, sorrow and mystery. Will Guy, author of the text that accompanied the first publication of Gypsies, has contributed an updated essay, tracing the migration of the Roma from their original homeland in northern India, to their current status - one that continues to be contested internationally"--Publisher's web site.

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