Title: Blood And Honey: A Balkan War Journal>...
Publisher: Umbrage Editions, TV Books, New York.
Publication Date: 2000
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
192 printed pages. 2 coloured full double-page maps, otherwise mainly full-page colour photographs. With three 4 x 1 cm printed white labels indicating that this was a file copy from the Network Photographer's Library of which Ron Haviv was briefly a member at this time. Very slight creasing at foot of spine. 25 x 29 cm. Full black cloth. Spine with grey lettering, upper cover with blind-stamped lettering. Complete with original unclipped dustwrapper, with discreet 4 x 1 cm white label on lower bottom corner and printed "Network Photographers Library Loan Copy". Provenance: Network Photographers Library, then via private disposal. Network Photographers was an independent, cooperatively-owned picture agency founded in London in January 1981 and ended in 2005. It grew out of a desire by a group of young UK-based freelance photojournalists to work collectively in a non-competitive environment. Their aim was to produce socially concerned work documenting the world around them and to retain control and ownership of their material. Ron Haviv is an American photojournalist who covers conflicts including the Yugoslav Wars, the Mexican Drug War,the 2010 Haiti earthquake, as well as the subsequent Cholera epidemic, and celebrity support and involvement in its reconstruction. Haviv's photography also sheds light on malnutrition in Bangladesh, clashes between Los Angeles gangs and police forces, the 2009 Afghan presidential elections, the Sri Lankan Civil War, and the struggle for children in Darfur . He is the author of several photographic publications, & a co-founder of VII Photo Agency. Bookseller Inventory # 4347