This is how all the books in the world should start: in silence. Because this is how the project of an artist always starts; oblivious to the look of those who will later be watching his work. Pep Bonet -one of the most internationally renowned photographers who has been awarded at the World Press Photo competition-… read more ›
Pep Bonet and the Lost Generation
Extract below by Andreu Manresa:
The photographer Pep Bonet has built a universal story that recounts lack and absence, portraits, looks and bodies with an identity, and thus it stays with you, written on the walls of the soul. This book is the visual report of a drama without heart-wrenching roar; while being a poetic contemporary… read more ›
South Africa is often associated with its apartheid history, with its crime, its increasing poverty and high level of HIV infections. However there is a very different story to be told of the country - one of hope, resilience and positive change.
Together, Line Hadsbjerg and Pep Bonet set out to capture these stories of hope, interviewing… read more ›
Climate Change by NOOR launched with a series of events and public initiatives during the UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen in December 2009. Filmmaker Ivan Abreu documented these events. During the first week of the Climate Summit, the Danish newspaper Information produced 50,000 additional… read more ›
17 Milagroso, Babalú Ayé
El culto a San Lárazo, a través de la mirada de 8 Fotógrafos
J.M. Diaz Burgos
Cristina Garcia Rodero
The book is available at Ecplise Libros.
Size: 16 x 23 cm
Legal deposit:… read more ›
The book shows Pep's long-term project on Sierra Leone’s amputee’s soccer team. The legacy of Sierra Leone's civil war (1991-2001) was the use of amputation as a weapon of fear, by both factions. Many of the victims were innocent young men, who were targeted in order to stop them fighting for an opposing side. Through soccer,… read more ›
The Invisible Trace, released August 2007.
© Pep Bonet.
Available at: Eclipse Libros
Depósito legal: PM-0161-2007
Format: 16,5 x 21 cm
212 pages + covers