Published: Onestar Press / Fälth&Hässler 2009
Edition: First Edition (/1000)
480 pages, 6.5 x 9.25 inches
Condition: Used - Very good
#North American Books #First Edition #Color #Photobooks #Documentary Photography #Archive Photography
This book presents the daily life of the Iraq war, as lived and photographed by Riley Sharbonno, an army nurse who served at Abu Ghraib prison from 2004-2005. Riley used his camera as an almost prosthetic device to record the events his memory suppressed; on other occasions he used the camera to "store" overwhelming experiences with the aim of processing them later.