Pancho Saula: Madagascar

Pancho Saula: Madagascar
Library Shelf Location 18.SAUL
Publication Date 2018

Madagascar presents 30 black-and-white photographs by Spanish photographer Pancho Saula that capture the light and contours of this unique island. Madagascar is one of the most remote and beautiful countries in the world, and one of the very few places that has not yet been transformed by the deracinations of globalization: some areas are still untouched by tourism, and some ethnic groups, such as the Vezo, live in isolation in primitive conditions. Time stops in Madagascar, and nature is rich and intact: the vast majority of the island's abundant flora and fauna exist nowhere else on earth. Ancient baobab trees tower above; enormous sand dunes envelop seaside fishing towns. Superbly printed in this handsomely designed volume, Saula's photographs of the island range from the near-abstract to clear-eyed but sensitive portraiture.

After years of practicing law in Paris and directing the modeling agency Elite Spain in Barcelona, Pancho Saula turned his energies to his passion, photography. In addition to creating his own bodies of work, he founded and runs an agency representing photographers. He is dedicated to analogue photographic techniques and shoots only with film—he has a special affection for his Rolleiflex. Saula lives and works in Andorra.

ISBN 9780998701844
Quantity 1
Pages 64
Author Joel Meyerowitz
Format Hardback
Publisher MW Editions
Related Artist Pancho Saula
Category Photography
Related Country/Global Region Madagascar
Language English

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