— Jim Casper
NAMI is a series of photos of waves around the shores of Sado Island in Japan. The photographer, a young Buddhist monk named
Visually poetic contradictions: atmospheres, lightness, weight, crossing the familiar and unfamiliar.
Street photography from modern cities where the architecture and urban design of "prosperity" have created public spaces that are crowded with people who nevertheless feel isolated from each other and from their immediate environments.
How does life go on in the aftermath of decades of genocide? This remarkably intimate and personal photobook byand writer Eva Smallegange presents an unexpectedly positive view of a new social order in the this small African nation. In many ways, this book defines a new approach to post-conflict reporting. Personal, engaging, real, and forever memorable. Highly recommended.