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Remember Cambodia: The Aftermath of War By Sheila Pinkel
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This book is about the realities and dilemmas which confronted Cambodian people, especially those who escaped to refugee camps at the Thai-Cambodian border after 1979. It includes photographs taken... More > in three of those camps, Site 2, Site 8 and Kao-I-Dang. It includes maps of Cambodian history and a brief history of Cambodia and the border camps which were established after 1979. And it includes testimony by Cambodian people about their experiences during the years of Khmer Rouge control.< Less
Refocus: Multicultural Focus By Sheila Pinkel
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"Refocus: Multicultural Focus" is a reprise of the exhibition "Multicultural Focus" which was mounted at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery Barnsdall Park in 1981. Originally... More > sponsored by the Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, this exhibition, the first cross-cultural exhibition of photography in Los Angeles, was selected to be one of two official shows of the Los Angeles Bicentennial in 1981. It was also selected as the outstanding photography exhibition of the year by a Los Angeles Times critic. The revised catalogue reflects the work of 19 of the original artists exhibited at the Arena 1 Gallery in Santa Monica, California in 2012. The catalogue also includes essays by Deborah Bright, Carla Williams and Paul Von Blum. This exhibition was part of the compliment of exhibitions comprising Pacific Standard Time, a Getty art initiative.< Less
Traicionado Por Los "Coyotes" By Sheila Pinkel
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This book was the work of students at Pomona College taking a documentary photography course during the spring 0f 2011. In order to teach concepts of documentary practice we visited a farm worker... More > community in Coachella valley and a community of Mexican factory workers in Tijuana. Students learned to interview people, convert those interviews into image/text documents and then produce this book using InDesign. The concept of the class is that life is not a rehearsal and that the sum is greater than the parts.< Less
X-Ray Photograms By Sheila Pinkel
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The technology, commercially known as mammography, has been used to reveal the structure of the natural and man-made world. This technology is able to make visible delicate tissue density and hidden... More > dimensions of natural and synthesized things.< Less
Varanasi Diary By Sheila Pinkel
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This diary is a visual and verbal record of life in the hand loom weaving community of Varanasi, India, during the fall of 2012. The book also reflects the dynamic and vibrant life of diverse peoples... More > living there at this time.< Less
Weavers of Varanasi By Sheila Pinkel
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"Weavers of Varanasi" focuses on the conditions for hand loom weavers in Varanasi, India, in 2012, at a time when their survival is in question.
Crossing Over: Borders and Barriers By Sheila Pinkel
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The Documentary Photography Class, spring 2007, at Pomona College studied immigrant issues for a semester and produced a book which reflects their research and experiences.
VOICES OF IMMIGRATION By Sheila Pinkel
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A class book in which students photographed and interviewed people about immigrant issues in Claremont, the Coachella Valley and Tijuana, Mexico.
The World of Jack L. Morris By Sheila Pinkel
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This book includes the poetry, artwork and writing of Jack L. Morris, a person who has been held in solitary confinement for the last twenty five years. It provides a rare glimpse into the world of... More > people living in the SHU (Security Housing Units) at Pelican Bay near Crescent City, California, reflecting one person's ability to endure using his creative imagination.< Less
The Art of David Earl Williams By Sheila Pinkel
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The artworks by David Earl Williams have been done while he was incarcerated in jails or prisons in California. They show his remarkable ability to use any art materials available to make works that... More > reflect his ability to imagine combined with his deep connection with his Black heritage. Spanning a period of over thirty years, they reveal his inner journey as he copes with life in jail and finally for the last twenty years in prison on death row.< Less