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This is my country / Ingetje Tadros
Bib ID 7284225
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Tadros, Ingetje, photographer
 
Edition First edition. 
Description New York : FotoEvidence, [2016] 
©2016 
119 pages : black and white photographs ; 16 x 24 cm 
ISBN 9780996391252 (hardback)
Summary

This Is My Country looks at people standing on the precipice of life: disenfranchised, neglected and now threatened with displacement. It is a permanent record of and bring attention to the plight of Aboriginal communities under threat. It will serve as a call to Australian society to support their First People and end the displacement of their communities. This Is My Country is a hard cover book of 120 pages with 70 black and white photographs and texts from Aboriginal academics and activists. It is printed in a hardbound edition on 170 gsm paper at Ofset Yapimevi in Istanbul where all of FotoEvidence's high quality books are produced. Ingetje Tadros' project This is My Country was awarded with the Walkley Award for Excellence in Photojournalism -Feature Photographic Essay- 2015 (the Australian equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize), the Amnesty International Media Awards 2015, photography, Best Feature Photographic Essay at the West Australian Media Awards 2015, the Exposure Award, digital display at The Louvre in Paris 2015.

Notes

Illustrated end papers.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of -- Pictorial works  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions -- Pictorial works.  |  Australia -- Race relations -- 21st century.  |  Nyikina people (K3) (WA SE51-11)  |  Culture - Relationship to land.  |  Substance use - Alcohol.  |  Habitation - Camps.  |  Art - Subjects - Portraits.  |  Photography.  |  Art - Subjects - Landscapes.  |  Government policy - State and territory - Western Australia.  |  Mallingbarr / Kennedy Hill (Broome WA SE51-06)  |  Broome map area (WA West Kimberley SE51-06)  |  Australian
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