Photographer Kent Klich has depicted life in Gaza since the early 2000s, using artistic strategies that offer insightful alternatives to the short-lived sensationalism of mass media. With a profound interest in personal stories and a strong emphasis on collaborative efforts, Klich?s works reveal the effects of war on daily life, focusing on subtle forms of resistance to the current occupation of Gaza. This book brings together a selection of works that demonstrate how photography can be used in innovative ways to shed light on human rights violations.
Specifications: Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther Konig ・ 2017 ・ Softcover ・ 20 x 27 cm. / 216 pages ・ English ・ 9783960981442