Sebastião Salgado. AmazôniaHardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 0.90 lb, 192 pages20Availability: In Stock
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Sebastião Salgado on the traces of the indigenous peoples of the Amazon rainforest
Salgado visited a dozen indigenous tribes that exist in small communities scattered across the largest tropical rainforest in the world. He documented the daily life of the Yanomami, the Asháninka, the Yawanawá, the Suruwahá, the Zo’é, the Kuikuro, the Waurá, the Kamayurá, the Korubo, the Marubo, the Awá, and the Macuxi—their warm family bonds, their hunting and fishing, the manner in which they prepare and share meals, their marvelous talent for painting their faces and bodies, the significance of their shamans, and their dances and rituals.
Sebastião Salgado has dedicated this book to the indigenous peoples of Brazil’s Amazon region: “My wish, with all my heart, with all my energy, with all the passion I possess, is that in 50 years’ time this book will not resemble a record of a lost world. Amazônia must live on.”
Sebastião Salgado. AmazôniaHardcover, 14 x 19.5 cm, 0.41 kg, 192 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-9402-8Edition: English
ISBN 978-3-8365-9456-1Edition: Spanish
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