Photographed in refugee settlements and nomadic regions of India, the large-format portraits of One Voice represent a cross-section of Tibetan exile society; nomads, tradesman, writers, and revolutionaries. Intertwined with the photographic narrative are insights by Tibetan and Western writers, whose poetry and essays convey the exile experience. Ultimately, the Tibetan story is a universal one.
9.5 x 12.5 inches
Published by Kehrer Verlag
By David Zimmerman (Photographer), Dhondup Gyal (Contributor), Robert Adams (Contributor), Robert Hariman (Contributor), Eric Paddock (Contributor)
Signed by artist