Walking Through Shadows: el Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Walking Through Shadows is an account of an out of shape  American’s pilgrimage  to Santiago de Compostela  in North West Spain.  Generously illustrated with over 150 of the author's color photographs, the daily journal  chronicles  the physical, mental, and spiritual challenges  encountered on this 36  day journey  of 500 miles on foot. More

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About Carl Sesto

Carl Sesto was educated at Rochester Institute of Technology (BFA) & the Visual Studies Workshop (MFA). He established Pentacle Press in 1973, specializing in printing quality books including: Real Dreams, Duane Michaels, 1976; Places, Aaron Siskind, 1976; Paper Negative, Danny Lyon, 1980.

He wrote and designed Designer's Guide to Digital Imaging, John Wiley & Sons. His book, Ordinary Events was included in The Printed Picture, a book and exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art and Production Not Reproduction, Museum of Printing History Houston, TX.

His photographs, prints, and books are included in numerous private and public collections including: Addison Gallery of American Art; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Fogg Art Museum; Houghton Library; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Modern Art.

He is a consultant to publishers and authors and Professor Emeritus of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston where he taught for 20 years.

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