Family Of Man
You take one risk. Now, those you love must pay ... Dom Turner is a dependable husband, a loving father. A man you can rely on. But it only takes one day to destroy a seemingly perfect life. Emma thought she could trust her husband, Dom. She thought he would always look after her and their daughter Daisy.... Then one reckless act ends in two innocent deaths - and Dom's family becomes the target of a terrifying enemy.
Hailed as the most successful exhibition of photography ever assembled, The Family of Man opened at The Museum of Modern Art in January 1955. Presenting what Edward Steichen referred to as a collective portrait of humanity, the exhibition featured 503 photographs from 68 countries, 273 of which were taken by amateur photographers. As the permanent embodiment of this monumental exhibition, this book reproduces every one of the images that Steichen described as a mirror of the essential oneness of mankind throughout the world.