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Deconstructing the Visual Clichés of War Photography
"They were ostensibly reportage of the wars—but had none of the stink and smell and blood of war."
1000 Photos by a Japanese-American WWII Draftee
Eluding the internment camp for the Allied battlefield
Guillermo Cervera: A 300 Mile Conversation About War
Restless by nature, Guillermo Cervera took to photography for its calming effect. “For me photography is like therapy,” he tells...
The Story Behind Ken Jarecke’s Horrific and Controversial Gulf War Photo
The year was 1991. American Photo magazine was in its second volume of publication, John Szarkowski was reported to be...