DOBRE, P: South Australia’s Natural Landscapes The Journey Continues

Dobre, Pete and Cil. South Australia’s Natural Landscapes The Journey Continues. Ozscapes, 2003. ISBN: 1920822038. Unmarked text. Scuffing and nick on cover. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31171) $20.00

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Photographs by Pete Dobre show his passion for the blend of colors, textures, wildlife and scapes of Australia. 124p. Measures 11×8.5 inches.

CHANIN, E: Painters’ Visions: An exhibition of Paintings by a Group of Gallery Artists [Macquarie Galleries]

Chanin, Eileen. Painters’ Visions: An exhibition of Paintings by a Group of Gallery Artists [Macquarie Galleries]. Macquarie Galleries, 1987. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#31153) $25.00

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Accompanied two separate exhibitions of Macquarie Gallery artists. One was at the Chicago International Art Exposition, May 7-12, 1987 and the other was at Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, Australia, 21 April – 9 May 1987. Showcases their gallery artists.

Artists: Sydney Ball, John Beard, Robert Boynes, Bill Brown, John Coburn, Fred Cress, Brian Dunlog, Michael Johnson, Alun Leach-Jones, Victor Majzner, Max Miller, Lloyd Rees, Michael Shannon, and Guy Warren.

30 unnumbered pages. Measures 8.25×9.25 inches.

KOMENICH, K: Revolution Revisited: A Look Back at the 1986 Philippine Revolution

Komenich, Kim. Revolution Revisited: A Look Back at the 1986 Philippine Revolution. Picture Stories Media, 2016. ISBN: 9780692570838. Factory sealed. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31127) $75.00

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Photojournalist Kim Komenich was awarded the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for his photos of the fall of the Ferdinand Marcos Regime in the Philippines in 1986. Komenich returned to the Philippines eight times from 2010-2015 to rephotograph and interview some of the people– rich and poor– in his 1980’s photos. He wanted to know whether, after more than two decades, the “People Power” (or EDSA) Revolution had actually made a difference in peoples’ lives. The 120-page book features duotone renditions of more than 100 of Komenich’s photos.

Introduction by Sheila Coronel. 120p.