In a remote area of Mali, West Africa, the people called Dogon survive today as they have for thousands of years: in mud-brick houses below the Bandiagara cliffs. In the sandy plains, they grow the millet and sorghum they need to live. This arresting photographic portrait allows us privileged access to their traditional way of life, remarkably maintained today even after extensive contact with Western civilization. Stephenie Hollyman's intimate pictures show a tightly knit, cooperative society engaging in daily activities ...

Dogon: Africa's People of the Cliffs 2001, ABRAMS, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780810943735