GREENLAND unseen ...
Large size - 360 pages -
more than 200 B/W images
80 Euro (plus shipping)
A tribute in black and white
This book is about Greenland, and the astonishing adaptations of the wildlife of Greenland to the Arctic environment. This book is about the people of Greenland, and their ability to navigate a breath-taking and picturesque, but also harsh and wild, landscape. This book is about unique connections, and the strong dependency between humans, animals, and the surrounding environment in Greenland.
GREENLAND unseen … is a visual tribute to Greenland stemming from Carsten Egevang's deep-rooted and enduring fascination with the country. The images and text in the book constitute a pragmatic documentation of living conditions for both animals and humans in a world of ice and snow. It is also a photographic portrait of traditional hunting culture as it unfolds in present-day Greenland, and its deep cultural roots in a bygone age.
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GREENLAND unseen …
© Carsten Egevang / Alle alle publishing
1.edition, 1. impression, release date 24 November 2021
Format: 32 x 25 x 4,1 cm
Photos: 204 B/W
Paper: 170g Arctic Volume White
Sheath: 500 g carton
Print: Narayana Press
Publisher: Alle alle publishing
Graphical design: Carsten Egevang
Text: 28,000 words in English - by Carsten Egevang
Preface: Kim Kielsen - Former Prime Minister of Greenland
Distribution for Book stores, Denmark/Greenland: Dafolo / Bogportalen.dk
Distribution, abroad: Please contact Carsten Egevang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For the Press: More information, access to press photos or review copy – please contact: Carsten Egevang (email@example.com)