Год издания: 2006
Издатель: Phaidon Press
Количество страниц: 128
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A kind of privileged insight into the lives of others, often those separated from us by barriers of class or nationality, has always been documentary photography's greatest promise. But of the thousands of photographers who have set out to record other people in the century and a half since the medium was invented, surprisingly few have managed to overcome their practical and emotional separation from their subjects. Mary Ellen Mark achieves this elusive goal in her photographs by simply presenting her subjects with respect and compassion. For over thirty years she has excelled at the traditional task of the documentary photographer, recording the lives of people on the margins of society in dramatic and visually compelling images. What sets her pictures apart, though, is their intimacy, the sense that in looking at them we are being offered unfiltered glimpses into the lives and spirits of the people they record, whether prostitutes in Bombay, homeless teenagers in Seattle or circus...