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The book presents images of encounters and impressions that have accumulated over the years, mainly in India, Tibet, China and Japan. Emphasis is placed on traditional, even archaic environments, such as open-air markets, festivals, a school for traditional performing arts inSouth India and monasteries in Tibet. Some places have been visited repeatedly to see old friends and to look for changes. Most of the photographs are taken in black-and white in an attempt to tie the portraiture into a graphic composition.


About the Author

Joerg Eichler

The author is physicist and teaches Theoretical Physics at the Free University of Berlin, Germany, and is member of the Editorial Board of an international scientific journal. During several years as a guest scientist in California (Pasadena, Stanford, Berkeley) he was able to follow his passion for landscape photography. In the past years, he extended his interest to people photography. His favorite medium is black-and-white. He had two exhibitions of his photographic work in Berlin.

Publish Date  April 22, 2011

Dimensions  Large Square  154 pgs   Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Fine Art Photography

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donpedro64 says

World of men!

posted at 02:31pm Jun 06 PST


DAB4Y says

Are there no women in your world? This is really good work however.

posted at 06:55am Jul 30 PST

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