Stone: A Substantial Witness

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Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006 - Photography - 133 pages
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Stone captures the enduring quality and varied uses of stone: a building material, a medium for sculpture, and a part of landscape. Photographs from around the world --including Roman ruins in Sicily, India's Palani Temple, Normandy, Stonehenge, the Great Wall, Kyoto, and New York--are juxtaposed with text by a leading authority on stone and culture.

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The line of a poem by Chilean Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda opens this book and inspired its title. However, a different line also seems to summarize the atmosphere Scheinbaum (photography, Coll. of ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

David Scheinbaum is the Anne and John Marion Professor and Director of the Marion Center of Photographic Arts at the College of Santa Fe.

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