Synopses & Reviews
From the beach in San Francisco to a thriving annual city of 50,000 in the Nevada Desert, Burning Man has become an internationally recognized epicenter for radical self-expression, art, and performance. Join photographer George Post in his two-decade documentation of this amazing event. The book is a 12x12" hardcover with a colorful and durable dust-jacket, contains 216 pages and features nearly 1000 of George's best full-color photographs spanning the period from 1991 to 2011. If you've ever been to Burning Man or are just curious to know why thousands of Burners brave the harsh conditions of the Black Rock Desert to participate, you will want this definitive volume on your bookshelf.
About the Author
George Post is a freelance photographer, writer, and teacher. Photography has been his lifelong passion, and since 1979 George has specialized in the documentation of fine arts and handicrafts.
Beginning with his first life-changing attendance at Burning Man in 1991, George has returned to Black Rock City every year to photograph the people, art, fire, and the magical desert light that make Burning Man a unique world-class event.