Jean Charles Blanc: Radio Kabul (Hardcover)

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- A carefree photographic exploration of Afghanistan: a country that was soon to be torn apart by warfare - Haunting pictures of landscapes and people, now irrevocably changed Imagine Afghanistan prior to the terror. In 1963, Blanc set out for India by car, travelling with two friends. One of the many countries they crossed was Afghanistan: an exotic, unfamiliar land which they began to explore. Visiting villages, towns, theatres, bars and markets, Blanc portrayed people and landscapes in equal measure. His black-and-white photographs bear testimony to a world that has long ceased to exist. To someone from the Western world, the pictures seem curiously familiar yet disturbingly different from everything we generally think of in relation to Afghanistan. Blanc shows removed dream places, pristine landscapes, moving portraits and intimate moments. His photography is all the more potent in hindsight, as we know the country and its people he depicts had their hopes for the future cruelly dashed only a short while later.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783862065233
ISBN-10: 3862065235
Publisher: Kettler Verlag
Publication Date: May 9th, 2017
Pages: 186
Language: English