Always the Guest (*signed*)

@ Marijnissen, Wendy

978-908284730-7

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Presentation by the artist:

"What does it mean to belong somewhere?  How does a young woman from Belgium end up feeling more at home in a country like Pakistan, a place so different then the one she comes from?

In this personal book Wendy Marijnissen tries to answer some of these questions. 

Always the guest is a story about loss, motherhood, about home and what and more importantly who cross your path and help shape your identity. "

172 pages - Hardcover w/ bellyband

Self-published, 2018

Format : 17 x 22.5 cm

*Signed*

New - Mint condition

Warning: Last books in stock!

56,00 €

Marijnissen, Wendy

Wendy Marijnissen is a documentary photographer from Belgium.  In 2009 she traveled to Pakistan for the first time and worked there the following 3 years, focusing mainly on photographing the hardships of pregnancy and childbirth there. A part of this work was used for the « End fistula campaign » of the UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund). In 2015 she returned to Pakistan twice to continue working on what now is her first book "Always the guest" (self-published, 2018). She also traveled and produced photography & video on projects in Afghanistan and Tajikistan. © Portrait taken from the website dedicated to the project Always the Guest .
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