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Faith in Chaos

Pep Bonet, Kinny Mattia tries to feel the morning light. “Milton Margai” is the only school for the blind in Sierra Leone. Approx. 85 children, 4 to 18 yrs old, study and live here. In 1998, when RUF-rebels attacked Freetown, … Continue reading

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Cristina García Rodero

Cristina García Rodero, “El colacho” Castrillo de Murcia, Spain, 1975 Cristina García Rodero, “La Tabua,” Zarza de Montanchez, Spain, 1985 Cristina García Rodero, The Trinity, Lumbier, Spain, 1980 Cristina García Rodero, The Confession, Saavedra, Spain, 1980 Cristina García Rodero, The … Continue reading

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Recent Acquisitions: Lu Guang’s “Pollution in China”

Lu Guang, Workers in the factories have no immunity defenses. They get ill after one or two years on the job, Wuhai City, Inner Mongolia, April 10, 2005 Lu Guang, The sewage plant of the Fluorine Industrial Park discharges its … Continue reading

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Operation Prairie

I’m no more courageous than anyone else. I just feel that photography is important. And I will do what is required to show what is happening. I have a sense of the ultimate—death. And sometimes I must say, “To hell … Continue reading

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The Commune Comes to America

John Olson, [Commune members], 1969 John Olson, Alone in their teepee at the end of a day of communal work, meditation, and play, a family within the Family reads from a book of fairy tales before the children’s bedtime. Ron, … Continue reading

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Margaret Bourke-White: Women at Work

Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971) was a woman of firsts: the first foreign journalist allowed to take pictures of industries in the Soviet Union; the first female photographer hired by Life magazine and its first female war correspondent. In fact, her work … Continue reading

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Burt Glinn’s Cuba

Burt Glinn, Young “guerillero” recently in hiding speaks to his first civilian lady, Havana, Cuba, January 1, 1959 Burt Glinn, Fidel Castro in the town liberated by Ernesto Che Guevara delivering a speech that lasts for hours, Santa Clara, Cuba, … Continue reading

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