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All We Have Left Is The Chain
Robin Hammond

All We Have Left Is The Chain, Robin Hammond

All We Have Left Is The Chain
Robin Hammond
Éditions Bessard


Edition of 200
36 Pages
210 x 297 mm
ISBN 9782491052041National


Robin Hammond has dedicated his career to documenting human rights and development issues around the world through long-term photographic projects, including the impact of climate change on Pacific Island communities, rape used as a weapon of war in Congo and Bosnia, the poisoning of ecosystems by multi-nationals in developing countries and the rise of Africa’s middle class.

This is number 4 of Edition Bessard’s L’Atelier RisoGraphique Collection.

About the Artist
Robin Hammond is a National Geographic Explorer and contributing photographer. He has dedicated his career to amplifying narratives of marginalised groups through long term visual story telling projects. Career recognition includes the winning of two World Press Photo prizes, the RF Kennedy Journalism Award, six Pictures of the Year International Awards, the W.Eugene Smith Award for Humanistic Photography, the recipient of six Amnesty International awards for Human Rights journalism and being named by Foreign Policy as one of the 100 Leading Global Thinkers.

About the Publisher
Éditions Bessard is a Paris-based independent publishing house created by Pierre Bessard in 2011. Focusing on working with artists, writers and curators to realise intellectually challenging projects in book form.

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