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Meinrad Schade

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Book Details:
Publisher:Scheidegger & Spiess ISBN:9783858818089 Published Date:30th May 2018 Dimensions:200 X 246 X 24 mm Weight:0.8202 kilograms Pages:188 Binding:Hardcover Illustrations:152 colour Condition:VeryGood Notes:Mint new copy with small tear to cellophane jacket on back panel

Short Description

A thoughtful and sensitive photographic look at the lasting impact of the Israeli-Arab conflict on the 70th anniversary of its onset. Text in English, German, Arabic and Hebrew.

Full Description

In 2018, Israel marks the seventieth anniversary of statehood. Yet the events of 1948 are remembered very differently by the Palestinian people, who to this day carry the memory of the Naqba, the displacement of an estimated 750,000 Palestinians from their territories during the 1948 Palestine war. In the seven decades since, there has been no lasting agreement to sort out the volatile political and social situation in the region, which looks likely to remain for many years to come. Unresolved is the most recent photo-essay by renowned Swiss documentary photographer Meinrad Schade. A continuation of his War Without War project, in which Schade documented the lingering, damaging marks of war on the former Soviet Union, Unresolved explores the obvious traces of conflict and the scars it leaves on both the people and landscapes in Israel, the West Bank, the Golan Heights, and the Gaza Strip. Yet even more importantly, Schade brings home to the reader the sometimes more hidden symbols that can be found in daily life and that are simultaneously result and catalyst of the struggle. The captions - in English, German, Hebrew, and Arabic - highlight historic and current aspects of the conflict and invite readers to view it from different perspectives. Text in English, German, Arabic and Hebrew.