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The Walking Woman book

Tanyth Berkeley’s The Walking Woman is an extended portrait of two women on the cusp of invisibility in the American Southwest, braided together in a parable of banishment and atonement. Text from Mary Austin’s short story “The Walking Woman” (1907) begins on the inside cover of the book and is woven throughout Berkley’s lyrical photographic narrative.

Photographs by Tanyth Berkeley
Designed with Christina Labey
Published by Conveyor Editions
Printed and bound by Conveyor Arts


2017 Art Blue Book Conveyor Arts Conveyor Editions Foil stamp Grotesque MT Hardcover Insert Lettera Mixed paper stocks Photography Purple


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