"These well-curated images intriguingly reroute our way of seeing Yosemite’s beauty by foregrounding the people that call it home for years or for a day." -Kirkus Reviews
As featured in the NY Times, for the first time, a photographer has focused on the people, rather than the nature at Yosemite National Park. Award-winning photographer Jonas Kulikauskas visited the park 19 times over a period of two years to capture it all. Yosemite People consists of 139 black and white photographs, an essay from Carol McCusker PhD, Curator of Photography at the Harn Museum, and interviews and memories from Kevin Starr, California State Librarian Emeritus, Ranger Shelton Johnson, Cultural Demonstrator Ben Cunningham-Summerfield and other contributors with deep connections to this World Heritage site.
- Hard cover 11″x12″
- 168 pages
- 139 black and white photographs (duotone plates with spot varnishes)
- Diverse stories, essays, and interviews from Kevin Starr, Ranger Shelton Johnson, Cultural Demonstrator Ben Cunningham-Summerfield, and more.