James Balog
James Balog , 1999
Animal: James Balog
Publisher: Graphis Press
Dimensions: 10.5 x 14 Inches
Pages: 60 Color Photographs
$ 20.00

James Balog is an American photographer whose work explores the relationship between humans and nature. Since the early 1980s, Balog has photographed such subjects as endangered animals, North America's old-growth forests, and polar ice. His work aims to combine insights from art and science to produce innovative interpretations of our changing world.


 In this stunning anthology, Balog takes us on a vivid journey through the animal world. Neither romanticizing the animals nor condescending to them, Balog breaks from traditional assumptions of what nature photography should be. Instead, Balog overturns the boundaries of our expectations with portraits in the studio style usually reserved for humans, confronting the reality of humans hunting animals. This bold work provokes us to reconsider our natural environment and is destined to become a classic of modern photography. 


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