Self Portrait with Cows Going Home, by Sylvia Plachy


“When Plachy was thirteen-years-old in 1956, her family fled the Hungarian Revolution for the U.S. with just a suitcase. This book, told non-linearly across color and black & white photographs, souvenirs and relics, and her writings, is a beautiful act of remembering. The book touches on the feeling of home and displacement, family history and creating new history. She goes back to Hungary across forty years, photographing places both alien and familiar brining us into the bedrooms and gardens of her memory.”
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- Mustafah Abdulaziz, Photographer