Also available in English with the title: Living Incas
In America, the reconstruction of the pre-Hispanic past has been a long and laborious work. For the first time, a book about the cultures of this period makes the reader vibrate with the force of a race. The historical trajectory that this work outlines starts from Cuzco, seat of the Inca State, and reaches its periphery, to the communities that still exist: living pieces of the amazing Andean cultural mosaic that centuries ago unified the monumental civilizing force of the Incas. In an overwhelming photographic display that relates the past to the present, Jeremy Horner offers a human, social and natural panorama of these communities and allows us to verify that they never broke the molds of their creative forces. These forces continue to express themselves in their valuable metalwork and crafts, in their music and dances, in their festivals and carnivals, as a reaffirmation and testimony of their remote and evocative worldview. This book also includes the authoritative texts of five Andean scholars on the subject.
- nineteen ninety six
- 2.5 kg
- 240 pages
- 25.4 x 35.6 cm
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- Editor: Benjamin Villegas
- Photography: Jeremy Horner
- Prologue: L. Enrique García R.
- Texts: Tom Zuidema, Franklin Pease YG, Juan M. Ossio, Raúl R. Romero and Egberto Bermúdez
- Style Review: Stella by Feferbaum
- Collaboration: Marcella Echavarría, Andrés Gómez Posada
- Art Department: Mercedes Cedeño