Photography Through The Ages
Norma Holt surveys her subjects
with the eye of a purist, her direct and intelligent gaze looking at
life from childhood to old age. Her focus is often on the artists around
her, some well-known, others, less noted, but all alive with the spirit
of the place in which they live and work. Other images are reminders
of women's projects in Third World countries as far away as Egypt,
India, Napal, and Tunisia; places where women are helping to build developing
societies, working at tasks such as grinding peanuts in Africa, mixing
cement, raising bees for honey, or weaving rugs in Tunis. Much of her
work was done while on assignment for the United Nations.
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