People and ideas: Brassai, 1899-1984: Gilbert & George storm America’s citadels, by Mark Holborn; Invasion: Prague 1968, (...) photography by Joseph Koudelka, with writings by Milan Kundera; The photography of conflict - Fred Ritchin analyzes how the media present conflict with particular reference to the work of Philip Jones Griffiths, Harry Mattison, and Susan Meiselas; An eye for an eye - Northern Ireland. Gilles Peress records a society locked in a circle of retribution. The psychology of violence and the routines of daily life are further observed in a commentary by Nan Richardson; The eye of the storm: Beirut. Over a period of nearly twenty years, Don McCullin has witnessed the destruction of war and the triumph of the human spirit in Lebanon’s civil war; Occupation: The American bases in Japan. Shomei Tomatsu’s document of the American presence in Japan reveals a native identity threatened by cultural and military invasion. In: Aperture, no. 97, winter 1984.
|Ort||New York, NY|
|ISBN / ISSN||0003-6420; 0-89381-155-6|
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