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In this issue, John Colapinto reports on his visit to the Pirahã tribe in the rain forest of northwe

In this issue, John Colapinto reports on his visit to the Pirahã tribe in the rain forest of northwestern Brazil. Here is a portfolio of Martin Schoeller’s images of the trip, along with one of Schoeller at work, taken by his assistant, Markian Lozowchuk.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/2007/04/16/slideshow_070416_piraha?viewall=true

SLIDE SHOW

A Tribe Apart


A portfolio of photographs of the Pirahã, a remote Amazon tribe, by Martin Schoeller.

PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

Pirahã women on the Maici River.

PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

Tooí and Dan Everett, a linguist and former missionary who has lived among the Pirahã.

PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

Kaaxáoi


PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

A Pirahã family in their home.

PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

A child from the tribe.


PHOTO: MARTIN SCHOELLER

Pigáagi (left), Kosiitihóí (center), and friends.


http://www.newyorker.com/online/2007/04/16/slideshow_070416_piraha?viewall=true

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