War Sand (*signed*)

@ Weber, Donald



Presentation of the photobook by Donald Weber :   

"June 6, 1944: D-Day

The epic of war, told by a grain of sand...

My grandfather liked to tell stories about life and death, and the sea. When I was twelve, he told me the best sea-story I ever heard, a fantastic tale about WWII. It was the first time I heard the word « commando. »

War Sand explores this story, from micron to myth."

This book is a collaboration with designer Teun van der Heijden and scientist Kevin Robbie.

Texts by Larry Frolick, Kevin Robbie and Donald Weber, in English only.

398 pages and fold-out map insert - Softcover

Self-published via Polygon, 2017

Format : 19.5 x 29 cm


New - Mint condition


Weber, Donald

Donald Weber is a Canadian photographer He's focusing on the study of the ways to express power among men and in societies of all reach, groups or states. He has published 4 books, among them Interrogations (Schilt Publishing, 2011) included in Parr & Badger The Photobook: A History, Vol. 3 , and War Sand (self-published, 2017). NB : Portrait taken from Donald Weber's Facebook page .
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