About the American photographer, Stanley GREENE (b. 1949)

Stanley GREENE works as a photographer worldwide and is a five-time World Press Photo Foundation award winner. He has been a war correspondent in Africa, the former Soviet Union, Central America, Asia and the Middle East. He is best known, however, for his reportage of the Chechen war. He has received the Eugene Smith Humanistic Fellowship and numerous other awards. Stanley GREENE lives and works in Paris and New York.

Photo books by Stanley GREENE

'Somnambule' (1993); 'Open Wound. Chechnya 1994-2003' (1998); 'Black Passport' (2009); 'The Western Front' (2014)

HC with dust jacket, 27 x 24 x 2 ,5 cm., 220 pp., b/w ills., English
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In 'Black Passport' Stanley GREENE attempts to come to terms with the impact his volatile work in the world's crisis zones has had on his life. By combining cruel photographs with authentic statements, an impressive portrait of the photographer is created
198,00 € Weight 1 kg
In his 'The Americans List II' Jason ESKENAZI collected answers by photographers visiting the 'Looking In' exhibition about 'The Americans' by Robert FRANK, choosing their favorite image and why. The book could to become a classic in photography education
98,00 € * Weight 0.2 kg
HC, 24,5 x 34,5 cm., 176 pp., 110 ills., English / dustjacket in French
57,00 € *