An uncertain grace
Aperture Foundation, 1990 - Photography - 155 pages
From a Brazilian mine where 50,000 mud-covered men haul heavy bags of dirt up and down slippery ladders in search of a stray nugget of gold, to a former lake in western Africa now swallowed by the encroaching desert, where emaciated, starving people walk over its surface of sand, photographer Sebastião Salgado explores the live of the planet's often ignored people with a critical eye and an empathetic heart.
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Review: An Uncertain GraceUser Review - James Moes - Goodreads
But light is a secret buried under the garbage and Salgado's photographs tell us that secret. The emergence of the image from the waters of the developer, when the light becomes forever fixed in ... Read full review
Review: An Uncertain GraceUser Review - Goodreads
My god, Salgado is AMAZING. His photographs tug at me with the most profound intensity. His ability to capture the humanity and dignity of those who the world has forgotten is utterly unreal. He has ...