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They were a happy family with two children in the most beautiful of countries, Sweden. When their third child was born, everything changed. The new arrival was diagnosed with autism and the family began to struggle with their new reality. Gradually, the family began to collapse.
Photographer Anna Clarén uses her camera as a tool to document, but also as therapy and a comfort. The result is an in-depth and overwhelming story about a family and about autism that touches everyone.
This book is an intimate and deeply personal photographic documentation of a family at a stage when life changes suddenly and completely.
Clarén has previously published the award-winning book Holding, and Puppy Love and Close to Home. She is represented at a number of institutions, including Moderna Museet, and is educational director at the Nordic Photo School.
The book is also available in a Swedish edition entitled När allt förändrades. ISBN 978-91-7126-441-1.
Recensionsdag: 2018-04-30 Genre: Konst Fotograf: Anna Clarén Översättare: Patty Crane Formgivare: Henrik Nygren Thema-kod: Konst Antal sidor: 104 Mått: 186 x 229 x 15 mm Vikt: 513 g Format (utgivningsdatum): Klotband, 9789171264428 (2018-04-03)