Michael O'Neill: On Yoga - The Architecture of Peace
Known for bringing obscure art into broader public view, Taschen Books' "Michael O'Neill: On Yoga - The Architecture of Peace" is a devotion of the author to experiencing and recording the world of yoga at a critical juncture in its history. A photographer of cultural icons, Michael O'Neill set out for over a decade to create portraits of the most influential yoga masters of our time as well as celebrities famed for integrating yoga into their high-profile lives. Honoring the masters, this book looks past the personalities and poses to document the roots of yoga as it expanded from its Himalayan origins to urban metropolises with essays on the role of yoga in contemporary culture as well as the history of the culture.
Hardcover with slipcase. Measures 10.5" x 14.7" with 290 pages.
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