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EXILES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSEF KOUDELKA. Third, revised and expanded edition. Czeslaw Milosz. Aperture Foundation, Inc., New York, 2014. Original edition published 1988 {Worldwide 21527}. Published in association with Delpire Editions, Paris. Distributed by Artbook|D.A.P., New York. 188 pp. with 75 ills. 28 x 31 cm. LC 2014-938760 ISBN 9781597112697 In English.
Publisher's description: About Exiles, Cornell Capa once wrote, "Koudelka's unsentimental, stark, brooding, intensely human imagery reflects his own spirit, the very essence of an exile who is at home wherever his wandering body finds haven in the night." In this newly revised and expanded edition of the 1988 classic, which includes ten new images and a new commentary with Robert Delpire, Koudelka's work once more forms a powerful document of the spiritual and physical state of exile. The sense of private mystery that fills these photographs--mostly taken during Koudelka's many years of wandering through Europe and Great Britain since leaving his native Czechoslovakia in 1968--speaks of passion and reserve, of his rage to see. Solitary, moving, deeply felt and strangely disturbing, the images in Exiles suggest alienation, disconnection and love. Exiles evokes some of the most compelling and troubling themes of the twentieth century, while resonating with equal force in this current moment of profound migrations and transience.
Artist(s):Koudelka, Josef
Indexing: Western, Europe — Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic — Post-1970 — Photography
Plans: 73,54
Worldwide Number: 164545
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