Publisher's presentation :
"For seven years, the American photographer Kathryn Cook has been patiently working on the trail of Armenian Genocide – the first in the history of the twentieth century – which has killed more than 1 million Armenians in Turkey. With a contemporary photographic style that mixes colour with black and white, along with a poetic documentary, she manages to revive the threads of an unspoken history and its denials."
Memory of Trees won the "German Photobook Award (Silver Price)".
Texts (in French only) by Karin Karakaşlı and François Cheval.
A flip-through video of the book is available on the publisher's website.
160 pages - Hardcover
Le bec en l'air, 2013
New - Mint condition
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