James Whitlow Delano
Malaysia: The People of the Rainforest
Aired On: Dec 13, 2012
James Whitlow Delano discusses how two indigenous Malaysian peoples — the Batek and the Penan — have lost much of their rainforest homelands due to local logging and palm oil plantations.
James Whitlow Delano has lived in Asia for two decades. His work has appeared in magazines and photo festivals on five continents from Visa Pour L’Image, Rencontres D’Arles to Noorderlicht. His exhibit Empire was the first ever one-person show of photography at La Triennale di Milano Museum of Art.
Whitlow Delano's work has received many international awards...
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