Antonio Zazueta Olmos is a Photojournalist who has worked covering issues concerning Human Rights, The Environment and Conflict. Antonio is also a dedicated Editorial & Portrait Photographer whose images have appeared in all the UK Broadsheet Weekend Magazines including the Observer Magazine . He has worked extensively in the Americas, The Middle East and Africa for Newspapers and Magazines around the world as well as leading NGOs.Antonio was born in Mexicali, Mexico and has been a Photojournalist since 1988 where he began his career at the Miami Herald where he was a staff photographer for 3 years. He moved to Mexico City in 1991 to become a freelance photographer from where he covered news stories in Central America and the Caribbean for the Black Star Photo Agency. Antonio has been based in London since 1994 and is represented by the Eyevine Photo Agency. Antonio was the recipient of a First Place Award in the World Press for the People in The News Category for his work in the Palestinian Occupied Territories in 2001.
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Garbage Warrior, documentary
c.1950; Parcheesi Game Board from a house in Bucks County, PA.
The Indian board game known as Parcheesi is one of the oldest in the world. The "pilgrim," beginning at one of the four entrances, strives in the contest to arrive at the center -- finding the self. The relation to the mandala and sacred space is physical as well as visual.
Flight: A Novel by Evelyn Eaton
1954, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.
The Bald Soprano
edited by Glen Fleck
Harvard University Press, Hardcover 1973
"A Computer Perspective" is an illustrated essay on the origins and first lines of development of the computer. The complex network of creative forces and social pressures that have produced the computer is personified here in the creators of instruments of computation, and their machines or tables; the inventors of mathematical or logical concepts and their applications; and the fabricators of practical devices to serve the immediate needs of government, commerce, engineering, and science. The book is based on an exhibition conceived and assembled for International Business Machines Corporation. Like the exhibition, it is not a history in the narrow sense of a chronology of concepts and devices. Yet these pages actually display more true history (in relation to the computer) than many more conventional presentations of the development of science and technology.
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