From Stranger’s Guide:

Photographer Pipo Ngyuen-duy grew up listening to the sounds of gunfire in Hue, central Vietnam, less than 20 miles from the demilitarized zone of the 18th Parallel. He later immigrated to the United States as a political refugee, but he returned to Vietnam many times to travel around the country, witnessing the landscapes that bore the scars of that war. After documenting amputees for a Guggenheim fellowship in 2012, Nguyen-duy began working on a project he called “(My) East of Eden”—a new chapter in an ongoing photographic series that uses those war-torn landscapes as a backdrop to tell a new story. (These photos are represented by ClampArt, NY.)

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