The 7 Deadly Cultural Sins

The 7 Deadly Cultural Sins : Pictures (and Texts) That Question, Criticise and Illustrate Our Relationship to Culture, Social Culture and the Idea of Sin

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Did you ever notice culture rhymes with sulfur? The edgy and exciting The 7 Deadly, Cultural Sins collection gives seven fallen photographers the opportunity to redeem themselves through the exploration of the excesses of the cultural world. Each photographer picked their favourite Deadly Sin and pictured it at play within our modern societies. Pope Gregory the Great might turn in his grave as the series pushes the boundaries of sin and temptation through visuals delving into cultural indulgence and the inextricable roles of the culture of sin and the sin in culture.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 170 x 240 x 18mm | 406g
  • Malmo, Sweden
  • English
  • 9198141384
  • 9789198141382

Table of contents

7 booklets of 32 pages each with a soft cover, all wrapped together with a wrap around Cultural Wrath - 32 pages Cultural Sloth - 32 pages Cultural lust - 32 pages Cultural Envy - 32 pages Cultural Gluttony - 32 pages Cultural Greed - 32 pages Cultural Price - 32 pages
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Author information

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS Aneta Ivanova - Wrath -Born in Varna, Bulgaria, she started experimenting with self portraits at the age of 13. Ivanova's signature is a mix of nature inspired elements. Martin Vaissie - Sloth - French photographer based in Toulouse, specialises in capturing the beauty in the dereliction of abandoned and forgotten places. Maria Plotnikova - Lust - Born and raised in Russia she is a sports photographer who now lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nina Roder - Envy - Germany-based, she has been working at the Bauhaus University as a lecturer for photography since 2012. Uros Abram - Gluttony - He was born in Slovenia and studied design and photography in Ljubljana and Prague. He is known for his unaltered portraits done with "camera oralis". Teri Varhol - Greed - Photographer and videographer, she was born in Czech Republic but now lives and works in. Victoria Siemer - Pride - New York-based graphic designer and photographer, she knows how to create beautiful and
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