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Human Tribe
Alison Wright
• An intimate book of portraits celebrating our diversity and remarkable human tapestry
• 161 individual faces from around the globe portray the universal human spirit
• Startling images taken by an award-winning
National Geographic
A page-turner in the most exquisite sense, this book of over 160 portraits expresses the emotive beauty and
grace of the human face. Documentary photographer Alison Wright traveled to every continent to capture
the diversity of the human tribe, from toddlers to those who’ve lived a lifetime, and from South America to
Africa, Asia, and points in between. Some of the people photographed are privileged, some live ordinary
lives, and others live close to the land and in communities that may not last another generation. Collectively,
these surprising studies of the human face remind us of our common bond and the inherent dignity in being
has spent a career traveling to all regions of the globe as a documentary photographer. She
is a contributor to numerous magazines including
National Geographic
Size: 8" × 8" • 161 color images • 176 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5396-3 • hard cover • $29.99
other books you may enjoy!
Face to Face: Portraits of the Human Spirit,
978-0-7643-4366-7, $75.00
• Geisha & Maiko of Kyoto: Beauty, Art, & Dance,
978-0-7643-3221-0, $39.99
• Ladakh: The Culture and People of “Little Tibet”,
978-0-7643-4281-3, $59.99
Cuba’s Evolution:
Columbus to Castro
Kim Buddee
• Contemporary Cuba captured in photographs taken in the midst of a major shift in international relations
• 100+ photographs of people and landmarks, with historical vignettes from 1492 to today
• A precious snapshot of a beautiful nation on the cusp of cultural and economic transformation
This thoughtfully composed visual tour of contemporary Cuba captures the island and its people emerging
from a time capsule through vivid photographs and narrative vignettes that relate the story of the nation’s
evolution fromColumbus toCastro. Due to its recent shift in relations with theworld, and theUS in particular,
Cuba’s complex, colorful history is again being rewritten. View Havana from San Carlos de la Cabaña, a
fortress built in 1762, and absorb the pastel colors of iconic pre-1960 American convertibles against the
backdrop of Cuba’s eclectic architecture. Glimpse rolling mountains and hills on the road to Playa Rancho
Luna; Adelaida telling fortunes in the street; and boxing practice in a vacant lot, in La Habana Vieja. Enjoy
this historic moment before a slow but inevitable transformation changes this nation forever.
Kim Buddee
is an Australian architect and filmmaker best known for putting images on the small and big
screens. His passion for finding beauty in everyday places in a state of change has drawn him to locations
around the world.
Size: 9 1/8" × 8 1/8" • 145 color photos • 144 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5312-3 • hard cover • $29.99
other books you may enjoy!
Miami, Real and Imagined,
978-0-7643-5175-4, $24.99
• Miami At Night,
978-0-7643-5028-3, $24.99
• Box of Cigar Bands,
978-0-7643-4987-4, $34.99
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