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Inhaltsangabe: "A Ticket To" is the first photo book of war photographer and anthropologist Teun Voeten. The book is focused on 5 war zones: Bosnia, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Sudan, and Sierra Leone. In strong black and white photos, Voeten manages to find a balance between form and content, Voeten paints a dark picture of some of the most horrible conflicts of the early nineties of last century. In his sarcastic essay 'Neo-Vulturism in Contemporary Documentary Photography', Voeten analysis the role of the war photographer in current conflicts. Admired by some, despised by others, balancing a tight rope between voyeurism and sensationalism, he concludes that however all the contradictions and moral juxtapositions inherent in war reporting, it remains an important job. 'We are hard working and patient clerks, merely making an inventory of all possible sufferering. Ungrateful monkish work indeed, since he Encyclopedia of La Misère du Monde requires continously supplements, updates that future generations will uneasily skim through and lay aside', Voeten writes in his trade mark tongue in cheek style. 'A Ticket To' has an introduction by Culture Philosopher and Sociologist Prof. Dr. Henri Beunders.
Über den Autor: Teun Voeten studied Cultural Anthropology in the Netherlands. He covered the conflicts in Ex-Yugoslavia, Colombia, Rwanda, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Gaza, Honduras, DR Congo and Libya for magazine such as Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The New Yorker and National Geographic. He also works for the International Red Cross, Human Rights Watch and the UNHCR. He wrote two books: 'Tunnel People', an anthropological-journalistic account of 5 months living with an underground homeless community in New York and 'How de Body? Hope and Horror in Sierra Leone', describing Voeten's trip to this country that nearly ended in disaster when he was hunted down by rebels. In 2011 Voeten organized a photo-exhibition, "10 years after 9/11" as a guest curator for 'GEMAK, a dependance from the Den Haag Fotomuseum. From 2009 till 2012 Voeten covered the drug violence in Mexico resulting in his latest book 'Narco Estado. Drug Violence in Mexico.' Teun Voeten is a regular lecturer at cultural and educational institutions world wide, such as NYU, New School of Social Research, Cambridge University, RUL and UTEP.
Buchbeschreibung Leiden, Veenman & Zonen, 1999, 1999. Leiden, Veenman & Zonen, 1999. Illustrated paper-covered boards (hardcover), 25,7 x 32,6 cm., 47 pp. with phot. illustrations in black and white. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 10875
Buchbeschreibung Centrum Beeldende Kunst, 1999. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers mon0001296059