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SEBASTIAO SALGADO: WORKERS -- AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE INDUSTRIAL AGE. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1993. Published in association with Aperture Foundation, Inc., New York. 400 pp. (16 foldout) with 346 ills. and 24-page insert. 34 x 26 cm. LC 92-73356 ISBN 089381525X In English.
Produced from 1986 to 1991 by celebrated Brazilian-born photographer Salgado (b. 1944), the more than 300 striking images reproduced in this large-format catalogue pay homage to manual laborers around the world while documenting the often brutal working conditions they endure in both industrialized and developing countries, from Indonesian sulfur quarries, the sugarcane fields of Cuba and textile mills in Bangladesh to a South Dakota slaughterhouse and a Chinese bicycle factory.
Artist(s):Salgado, Sebastiao
Indexing: Western, Latin America — Brazil — Post-1970 — Photography
Plans: 50
Worldwide Number: 024032
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