Saturday, 23 June 2012

Sebastião Salgado: Genesis

Sebastião Salgado, A Dinka man, his skin covered with ash from burnt cowpats, to protect against insects and parasites, Southern Sudan, 2006
Sebastião Salgado: Genesis  will be at the Natural History Museum in April 2013. These images, published in The Guardian, are a sample from his eight year project to document the 'last wild places in the world': This is what is in peril, this is what we must save.
Sebastião Salgado, A bushman with a captured korhaan, or black-bellied bustard, Kalahari desert, 2008
Sebastião Salgado, A Dinka group at Pagarau cattle camp, Southern Sudan, 2006
Sebastião Salgado, A journey through the Old Testament, Tekeze river, northern Ethiopia, 2008
Sebastião Salgado, A Yali man in the Jayawijaya mountains of Irian Jaya, West Papua, Indonesia, 2010
Sebastião Salgado, The Brooks Range, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, US, 2009
Sebastião Salgado, Valley that stretches from Lalibela to Makina Lideta Maryan, Ethiopia, 2008

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