A small boy finds himself in the desert coughing up blood. In the same place, a fisherman, satisfied with his catch, takes a few fish home. A few miles south, a researcher has one of the most important conversations in the history of soviet modern art.
Planting Wheat at the Bottom of the Aral Sea follows the lives of three men, at different times, in the area of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan.
A book that will get you on your feet , curious to discover what will happen with these men. Based on real events, it gives you an insight into how local lives have been shape over time in the area.
|Dimensions||15 × 10 × 1 cm|