No Man’s Land is photographer Larry Towell’s account of his journeys to Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank between 2000 and 2004 – the years of the second Palestinian intifada. Born of an identification with the dispossessed, Towell’s essay reveals a scarred and battered landscape, and the physical and psychological walls that separate its people.
No Man’s Land by Larry Towell｜ISBN 0-9546894-2-9｜Hardback, 144 pages, 38 x 26cm｜Published by Chris Boot in association with Archive of Modern Conflict 2005
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Documentary & Photojournalism 紀實及報導攝影
, Archive of Modern Conflict, U.S. 美國