The mood of Portuguese photographer Paulo Nozolino's latest series is poetically introduced in this volume: "A man stands in the middle of destruction, feeling lonely to an unbelievable point, bone lonely." Nozolino has traveled widely throughout North and South America, Europe, Macau and the Arab world to capture the images in his numerous, well-received photobooks.
|Publisher:||Steidl & Partners|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Well-known in the world of European photography, Paulo Nozolino was born in Lisbon in 1955. In the seventies, he lived in London, in the eighties and nineties in Paris, and recently he moved back to Portugal. He travelled extensively in Europe, the Arab world, North and South America and Macao, and published his photographs in numerous books, the most well-known being Penumbra (1996), a collection of pictures taken in countries including Syria, Yemen, Jordan, Egypt and Mauritania.