The changing faces of Ireland?social, political, and cultural?documented by some of the greatest photographers of the modern era. Since the invention of photography, Ireland has been a magnet for photographers, butthis book is unique in bringing
together the work done by the unrivaled talents of the members of Magnum. From Ireland's first attempts to forge a modern identity in the 1950s to the confident country of the twenty-first century, here is a stunning
survey of a beautiful and complex place and people, through times of peace as well as trouble. The photographs reflect the extraordinary insights of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Josef Koudelka, Inge Morath, Erich Lessing, Eve Arnold
, Martine Franck, Martin Parr, Bruce Gilden, Donovan Wylie, Stuart Franklin, and others. They bring a truly international perspective to the book, reflecting the sensibilities of America, France, Germany, Iran, Japan, Morocco?and, of course,...