Against War: Photography According to James Nachtwey
Emanuele Crescimanno

The brutality of war imposes on the photographer who wants to truly represent it to find a medial position between aseptic detachment and sympathetic attitude. The over-thirty-year-old work by James Nachtwey and the Creed which accompanies it demonstrate all the power that photography can assume as an appropriate instrument of protest.

 

 

 


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