Metro Collective:

Outernational • 2010

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Metro Collective
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
52 pages Saddle-stitched
afghanistan, Albania, art, Belarus, Chernobyl, colombia, Dharavi, documentary, haiti, iraq, Iraqi refugees, Lakotah, Mount Pleasant Street, Mumbai, photography, Pine Ridge, Ukraine

A presentation of compelling photo documentary work by members of Metro Collective, an international coalition of award-winning photographers.

Portfolios include vibrant portraits from Garcia-Marquez's Colombia; a long-term look at post-Soviet Belarus, stuck in a netherworld between Europe and Russia; a surprisingly poetic take on Albanian blood feuds; inside the slums of Mumbai; a fading way of life in rural Ukraine; an impressionistic view of a Hispanic main street in the heart of Washington DC; the hardships of Iraqi refugees in the US; one young girl's daily struggle in the shadow of the Chernobyl catastrophe; life in one of the poorest Native American reservations; the pathos and sensual vitality of pre-earthquake Haiti; subtle observations of the Israel-Palestine conflict's impact on the land itself; and a provocative photo essay on the modern-day 'crusades' in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Forward by Andre Kravchenko. Design by Maureen Gorman Arnson.

Metro Collective: Outernational • 2010

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