The multiple, contradictory and changing Venezuela of Barbara Brändli.
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With her prodigious sensitivity to dynamism and movement, Barbara Brändli (1932-2011) portrayed a multiple and everchanging Venezuela, from the Sanemá and Yanomamï people in the rainforest to the chaotic streets of Caracas.
She always insisted on showing the immense human value of the «distant Venezuela», so difficult to spot from the metropolis’ dizzying modernity: the Amazonian tribes, the traditional artisans, whose trade is gradually fading away, the Andean peasants, inhabitants of misty páramos abandoned by the younger generations...
This new book belongs to the PHotoBolsillo series, which publishes monographs on the most important Spanish, Latin American and African photographers in a didactic and affordable format.
- English / Spanish
- 13 x 18 cm
- Publishing House
- La Fábrica
- Date edition