Carol Beckwith

Angela Fisher (left) and Carol Beckwith (right), [[Hatchards]], London, November 2018 Carol Beckwith (born July 10, 1945) is an American photographer, author, and artist known for her photojournalism documenting the indigenous tribal cultures of Africa, most notably in partnership with Australian photographer Angela Fisher. Between them, Beckwith and Fisher have published 14 books, and have had their photos appear in ''National Geographic, Natural History, African Arts, The Observer Magazine, Time, Life, Vogue, Marie Claire'' and ''Elle''. They continue to exhibit and lecture at galleries and museums worldwide, including The American Museum of Natural History and The Explorers Club in New York City, The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and the Royal Geographical Society in London. They have also collaborated on four films about African traditions. Together they have received numerous accolades, including the United Nations Award for Excellence, the Royal Geographical Society's Cherry Kearton Medal, two Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, The Explorers Club's Lowell Thomas Award, and the WINGS WorldQuest Lifetime Achievement Award. Provided by Wikipedia
by Beckwith, Carol, 1945-
Published 2002
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