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Patagonia: El último confín de la naturaleza
     

Patagonia: El último confín de la naturaleza

by Marcos Zimmermann (Photographer), Tomas Eloy Martinez (Preface by)
 

This inspiring, nearly mystical, photographic journey through the one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world traverses the whipped plateau and the extreme coasts, the transparent sea and the highest peaks, and the creatures of the profoundly isolated region of Patagonia. An accompanying essay discusses the region and the photography with lyricism and

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This inspiring, nearly mystical, photographic journey through the one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world traverses the whipped plateau and the extreme coasts, the transparent sea and the highest peaks, and the creatures of the profoundly isolated region of Patagonia. An accompanying essay discusses the region and the photography with lyricism and respect and appears in both Spanish and English.
 
Este viaje visual, inspirador y a veces místico, pasa por una de las regiones más espectáculares del mundo: la Patagonia. Desde la meseta variada hasta las costas extremas, el mar transparente hasta las cumbres más altas, estas fotografías encapsulan la belleza de la tierra, la fauna de una región tan aislada y los remanentes humanos casi invisibles. El ensayo complementario que discute la región y la fotografía con pasión y lirismo aparece tanto en inglés como español.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788498010152
Publisher:
Editorial Blume, S.A.
Publication date:
08/01/2006
Edition description:
Spanish-language Edition
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
12.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


Marcos Zimmerman is a freelance photographer whose work has been exhibited in Europe, the United States, and Japan. He has been awarded the Argentine Art Book, the Pirámide de Oro and Leonardo prizes, and his work is included in the collections of the Argentine National Museum of Fine Arts and the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires. Tomás Eloy Martínez is the head of the Latin American studies program at Rutgers University–New Jersey. He is the author of Santa Evita and The Tango Singer.

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