Photographs by Julie Dermansky that document the BP Oil disaster from the site of the disaster's source, to the Gulf Coast, from Louisiana to Florida. Dermansky's pictures capture the visceral reality of the worst oil spill in American history.
This book makes one question what the long term impact of the oil spill and dumping of dispersant in the Gulf of Mexico will have on the environment and the economy of the region.
Julie Dermansky is a documentary photographer focusing on social, environment and political change. She is an Affiliate Scholar at The Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict Resolution, a Thomas J. Watson Fellow and a recipient of an NEA grant. When not on assignment, Dermansky covers stories around the world that she is drawn to. Dermansky grew up in Englewood, NJ. She started her career as a fine artist after getting a BFA from Tulane University . In 2004 she switched her focus from painting and sculpture to photography . Her photographs have been published The Times of London, Der Spiegle, the Guardian, Essence, the Washington Post, Newsweek and Time magazine. She is a regular contributor to the Atlantic’s website and the Progressive Magazine.
Revenants: A New Orleans Reliquary Post-Katrina Photographs by Julie Dermansky with a Poem by Ann McGarrell Publicado 19 de julio de 2015
SuperStorm Sandy Publicado 12 de marzo de 2014
RAYMOND BANDAR A Life With Bones Publicado 28 de agosto de 2013
RAYMOND 'BONES' BANDAR Publicado 25 de agosto de 2013
SKELETON KREWE Publicado 20 de marzo de 2013
DETROIT Publicado 19 de julio de 2012
THE OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT By Julie Dermansky Publicado 01 de junio de 2012
As I See It: Julie Dermansky Documents a World of Changes Publicado 07 de abril de 2012