- “…What we have here are images that are seen as big as the life they depict, where the viewer becomes an integral part of the panorama, spread out in humongous majesty! What is shown in the book is what must be preserved and you understand that Salgado and TASCHEN are contributing to the awareness about the world we live in, and questioning how we live in it without giving something back…GENESIS is a photographic concerto from two men who took the risk of brining immortality to a morally wounded planet…”
- “Educational institutions must buy this book for their libraries…The reader will be held by the sheer engagement of the contents of the book. And what a book! Salgado’s magnum opus is breath-taking in its scope. It’s a book to be read slowly and thoughtfully, holding the reader spellbound, with all images and no copy. A strange combination of beautiful vision and inspiration leads one to turn the pages. If you are passionate about photography you must buy this book.”
Sebastião Salgado. Genesis. Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Black-Browed Albatrosses, Falkland Islands’Edition of 100Gelatin silver print on Ilford FB warmtone paper, 33.5 x 24.5 cm (13 x 10 in.) on 40 x 30 cm (16 x 12 in.) paper, 2 hardcover volumes, leather-bound, 46.8 x 70 cm (18.4 x 27.6 in.), 704 pages, with booklet and wooden bookstand designed by Tadao Ando10000Edition: English Availability: In Stock
Art Edition (No. 201–300), with a Tadao Ando bookstand and the print Black-Browed Albatrosses, Falkland Islands (2009), signed by Sebastião Salgado
Sebastião Salgado. GENESIS, Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Black-Browed Albatrosses, Falkland Islands’10000
Salgado’s Masterpiece: GENESIS – Earth Eternal
The companion volume to the world’s best attended photo show
On over 30 trips—by foot, light aircraft, boats, canoes, and even balloons, through extreme temperatures and in sometimes dangerous conditions—Salgado has created a collection of images showing us nature, animals, and indigenous peoples in such intense beauty it takes our breath away. The reach is truly global. Through Salgado’s lens, one discovers the animal species and volcanoes of the Galápagos; the penguins, sea lions, cormorants, and whales of the South Atlantic; Brazilian alligators and jaguars; and African lions, leopards, and elephants. We travel over icebergs in the Antarctic, the volcanoes of Central Africa, the ravines of the Grand Canyon, and the glaciers of Alaska. We encounter the Stone Age Korowai people of West Papua, nomadic Dinka cattle farmers in Sudan, Nenets and their reindeer herds in the Arctic Circle, as well as the Mentawai jungle communities on islands west of Sumatra.
In characteristic monochrome, Salgado’s painterly notes are perfectly tuned to these sublime scenes, capturing sweeping aerial panoramas as much as the most intricate details and textures, from a reptilian skin to the fur coat of the Nenet people of northern Siberia. The exquisitely reproduced images are arranged not by theme but rather conceived as a journey around the globe, immersing them in Salgado’s vision of the Earth’s mesmerizing scale, order, and beauty.
This two-volume SUMO-size Art Edition is designed and edited by Lélia Wanick Salgado and numbered and signed by Sebastião Salgado. Leather-bound, it is presented with a bookstand in cherry wood veneer designed by Tadao Ando and a clothbound caption book explaining each stunning shot.
Art Edition (No. 201–300), with a Tadao Ando bookstand and the print Black-Browed Albatrosses, Falkland Islands (2009), signed by Sebastião Salgado.
Also available in four other Art Editions of 100 copies each and in a signed Collector’s Edition of 2,500 copies (No. 501–3,000).
The designer of the bookstand
Tadao Ando (born in 1941) is one of the world’s most renowned contemporary architects. At first a boxer, he decided to pursue architecture two years after graduating from high school. He is the only one to have won the discipline’s four most prestigious prizes: the Pritzker, Carlsberg, Praemium Imperiale, and Kyoto Prize. Ando currently works from his native Osaka.
Sebastião Salgado began his career as a professional photographer in Paris in 1973 and subsequently worked with the photo agencies Sygma, Gamma, and Magnum Photos. In 1994, he and his wife Lélia Wanick Salgado created Amazonas Images, which is today their studio, and exclusively handles his work. Salgado’s photographic projects have been featured in many exhibitions as well as books, including Sahel. L’Homme en détresse (1986), Other Americas (1986), Terra (1997), Migrations (2000), The Children (2000), Africa (2007), Genesis (2013), The Scent of a Dream (2015), Kuwait. A Desert on Fire (2016), and Gold (2019). He is a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts and has received numerous international awards, such as the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade (2019) and the Praemium Imperiale (2021).
Sebastião Salgado. Genesis. Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Black-Browed Albatrosses, Falkland Islands’Edition of 100Gelatin silver print on Ilford FB warmtone paper, 33.5 x 24.5 cm (13 x 10 in.) on 40 x 30 cm (16 x 12 in.) paper, 2 hardcover volumes, leather-bound, 46.8 x 70 cm (18.4 x 27.6 in.), 704 pages, with booklet and wooden bookstand designed by Tadao Ando
ISBN 978-3-8365-4368-2Edition: English
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