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Yosemite People

Jonas Kulikauskas (By (photographer))


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This collection of beautiful black and white photography brings an authentic Yosemite experience to the viewer and shows a wide breadth of activites in the park. Paired with the photographs are diverse and personal memories, stories, and interviews from people with a deep connection to the park. Readers will enjoy this historic book that combines photography with compelling narrative, bringing the beauty of Yosemite to life in a unique way.

Praise For Yosemite People

“Well-curated images intriguingly reroute our way of seeing Yosemite’s beauty.”  —Kirkus Reviews

“These photos, beautifully printed, move from the overwhelming majesty of nature to the intimate moments of human life.”  —Foreword Reviews

“For the first time, a photographer is entering Yosemite as the WPA documentary photographers of the 1930s might, with a shifted priority on people rather than on nature.”  —Carol McCusker, PhD, Curator of Photography, Harn Museum of Art

A Thousand Words Press LLC, 9780997395198, 168pp.

Publication Date: August 1, 2017

About the Author

Jonas Kulikauskas is an award-winning photographer and artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally, including a solo museum show at the National Ciurlionis Gallery of Art in Lithuania. He is a faculty member at Art Center College of Design where he received the Samsung Faculty Enrichment Grant. He practices historic printmaking and alternative photographic processes. He lives in Sierra Madre, California.