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PUBLICATIONS: Survival International's 50th Anniversary Special Edition Calendar

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I’m honored to have one of my photographs included in Survival International’s Special Edition 50th Anniversary 2019 calendar. The calendar benefits the great work they do protecting the global rights of tribal peoples’ around the world. The calendar includes the following other photographers:

Steve McCurry
Livia Monami 
Yann Arthus-Bertrand
James Morgan
Timothy Allen
Wayne Quilliam
George Rodger
Claudia Andujar 
Jane Baldwin
Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher 
Brent Stirton
Gleison Miranda/FUNAI
Bryan & Cherry Alexander
Sebastião Salgado

Please join me in purchasing the calendar for €14.00 at catalogue.survival.it.

PUBLICATION
Only the River Remains | Kara Women Speak

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2017
21 x 26.5cm
Soft cover / Perfect binding
114 pages
Limited Edition, 100 copies, signed and numbered
₩90,000 / $90.00
ISBN  978-89-976052-6-2-03660

For one decade Jane Baldwin has visited Ethiopia, Africa, documenting the lives of Kara women living on the Omo River through photography, voice recordings and video. Baldwin is especially focused on bringing their voices to the world after witnessing the imperiled ecosystem and endangered livelihood of these women due to the construction of dams and other development policies.

"Working behind a medium format Hasselblad, the relationship between the artist and subject is unbroken, forming a cross-cultural bridge of human understanding. The direct gaze of each woman exhibits a transparency of spirit, both vulnerable and of tremendous strength."

- Anne Veh, Curator

 

Project Director  Sangyon Joo  
Curator  Kwan Hoon Lee
Coordinator  Soo Yeon Kim
Translation  Zoey Hayeon Lee, Cathy Kyu Yeon Kim
Book Design  Min Young Kim
Korean Proofreading  Juyoung Jung
Printing and Binding  Datz Books

Book ©2017 Datz Press
Photographs ©2004-2014 Jane Baldwin
Text © Jane Baldwin, Anne Veh, Lori Pottinger 

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the publisher and the artist.

The entire bookmaking process of this book is carried out with exquisite craftsmanship by Datz Books.

PUBLICATION
Magazine Gitz vol.9 | Resonant Voices

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2017
23 x 30 cm
Soft cover / Perfect binding
104 pages
$25.00
ISSN 2093-7970

Publisher's Letter
Introduction by Anne Veh
Artist Lonnie Graham
Artist Jane Baldwin

 

Publisher’s Letter
Resonance means something rings true in one another,
influences one another.
The waves spread far.
It means empathizing with something and following it,
and when the vibration amplifies and deepens
different things meet to become stronger.

We are looking for a witness to life,
someone who will listen to our stories,
wipe away tears,
hold our hand.
We are looking to become one again.

As temporary visitors,

where do we come from
and
where are we going?

With the language of light,
which is like a spell,
returning to that road,

we face and embrace the land
with the deep eyes of the sky.

To all those who are searching for a path,

it is the light arriving,
the warm air rising,
the fair and upright, unbiased
conversation resounding between us all.

In the playground of light
a quiet sound of the world can be heard.
You are here in the place I emptied myself.
As a single circle,
as a river flowing with life
we ask the way back.

Sangyon Joo, Director of the Datz Museum of Art

*This volume is published in conjunction with the exhibition “Resonant Voices”, which held from Sep. 9, 2017 to Feb. 25, 2018 at the Datz Museum of Art, Korea.