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Author: Abraham Menashe
ISBN13: 978-0394508290
Title: Inner Grace: Photographs by Abraham Menashe (an exhibition catalogue)
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Language: English
Category: Photography and Video
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf; 1st edition (1980)
Pages: 110

Inner Grace: Photographs by Abraham Menashe (an exhibition catalogue) by Abraham Menashe



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Abraham Menashe is a photographer, poet, curator, designer and lay theologian. He is the author of 14 photography books, committed to images that affirm life, provide refuge and offer healing. Menashe’s photographs have graced the pages of numerous publications, including Newsweek, Scientific American, The New York Times, and Time-Life Books. Menashe’s distinct humanistic photography is internationally acclaimed for its poetic beauty and compassion. Abraham Menashe’s photographs are in numerous museum collections, including New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of the City of New York, the New York Historical Society, the Jewish Museum, New York, the Kosciuszko Foundation, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Menashe is full of lovely grace notes in which nothing much happens, but which deepen our understanding of this self-segregated corner of the world. A documentary filmmaker, Weinstein brings to his first narrative fiction an anthropologist's eagle eye for the layered complexities of set-apart subcultures. He honors the cadences and rhythms of this community, its joy in ritual and ecstatic singing

The subject of Inner Grace is the multihandicapped institutionalized individual. The photographs are emotive, comforting, showing them struggling & raising to the challenge doing the things we so often take for granted like swimming, writing or simply taking a walk.

The subject of Inner Grace is the multihandicapped institutionalized individual. This includes the mentally challenged, the blind, and the cerebral palsied.Grace is defined as "elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion or act... the influence or spirit of God operating in man to regenerate or strengthen him." It is a state that exists in the joy of being as well as the effort of trying. The photographs embrace moments of innocence, accomplishment, serenity, pride, and struggle.In accepting the limitations that life imposes on us, we can often overcome them. This is demonstrated by the youth in the pool who, despite a twisted spine and limited muscle movements, yields to the water, and in so doing learns how to swim.The images reveal beauty in the distorted body and bring us closer to the conquering spirit in man. As we learn to carry our burdens well, in the yielding and in the striving, we become imbued with the favor and love of God. This assistance, the influence of the freely given, is grace.To me the photographs form a prayer--not only in the making of them, but now in the sharing of them.
Reviews: 2
Tall
I fell instantly in love with the people in the photographs. Just touching the pages took me completely out of myself and into humanity. A wondrous book. A beautiful reminder of the only thing that matters - love of others. Perfect.
Tantil
To say this is simply a collection of images of mentally & physically handicapped people, would be to miss the point. This is a collection that shows the greatness of the human spirit as depicted in the acts of perseverance these men & women show confronting their personal challenges.

The photographs are emotive, comforting, showing them struggling & raising to the challenge doing the things we so often take for granted like swimming, writing or simply taking a walk.

Considering that, per the author's notes, these photos are all candid, were not cropped and made in available light, the overall result is one quite beautiful & emotive.