The Tibetans Art Perry

ISBN: 9780670886456

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160 pages


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The Tibetans  by  Art Perry

The Tibetans by Art Perry
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For five years Art Perry has been photographing and researching Tibetan culture, mostly in Tibet itself, but also in the Tibetan communities of Ladakh and Nepal. He has visited nomad settlements on the expansive Chang Tan Plateau and has traveled toMoreFor five years Art Perry has been photographing and researching Tibetan culture, mostly in Tibet itself, but also in the Tibetan communities of Ladakh and Nepal.

He has visited nomad settlements on the expansive Chang Tan Plateau and has traveled to the isolated snowbound areas of Samed and Sumdho. With the authorization of the office of the Dalai Lama, Perry has gained unprecedented access to a Tibetan world as yet unaltered although threatened by the Chinese occupation.

Perrys photographs offer a unique, almost personal portrait of the Tibetan people from the bright eyes of a young girl and the curiosity of a boy monk to monastery life, nomadic life, and family life, from the prematurely aged face of a mother tending her child, to the ancient weathered faces of old men and women now sightless from years of exposure to the searing sun.

Art Perry shows us the unseen Tibet, the guarded Tibet, the Tibet the West treasures in its imagination.



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