Mathieu Asselin: Monsanto

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A damning examination of Monsanto’s ecological impact on America, through archival documents and photographs. In the second edition of this already widely acclaimed photobook, the New York-based French-Venezuelan photographer Mathieu Asselin assembles portraits, landscapes, archival material, objects, screenshots, personal letters, court files, advertisements, microfilms and texts into a devastating indictment of the notorious American agricultural corporation.Throughout the US, dozens of sites have been classified as sensitive zones by the Federal Environmental Agency because of Monsanto's activities. Asselin spent five years documenting the fallout from Monsanto's corporate impunity, gathering materials, interviewing those affected and portraying the locations devastated by the company.The book was the winner of the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation First PhotoBook Award.
ISBN 9782330124076. Actes Sud.
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A damning examination of Monsanto’s ecological impact on America, through archival documents and photographs. In the second edition of this already widely acclaimed photobook, the New York-based French-Venezuelan photographer Mathieu Asselin assembles portraits, landscapes, archival material, objects, screenshots, personal letters, court files, advertisements, microfilms and texts into a devastating indictment of the notorious American agricultural corporation.Throughout the US, dozens of sites have been classified as sensitive zones by the Federal Environmental Agency because of Monsanto's activities. Asselin spent five years documenting the fallout from Monsanto's corporate impunity, gathering materials, interviewing those affected and portraying the locations devastated by the company.The book was the winner of the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation First PhotoBook Award.
  • Subtitle
    A Photographic Investigation
  • Publisher
    Actes Sud
  • Release
    March 2020
  • Binding
    flexi
  • Format
    182 pages. 161 colour ills. 19.7 x 22.9 cm
  • Status for WholeSale
    nyp due 17/3/20
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    not yet published