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Apr 22, 2014
by Dennis Stock
Late actor/director Dennis Hopper’s 1971 film “The Last Movie” will be shown as a special tribute at Paris Photo Los Angeles. The film is about the breakdown of a movie production in Peru, when an actor was killed while performing a stunt and the horse-wrangler, Kansas (played by Hopper), quits and retreats to the comfort of a local prostitute. Kansas’ rest is disturbed when it becomes evident that... More...
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Apr 21, 2014
by Raymond Depardon
“In 1977, I met Franco Basaglia, director of the manicomico (lunatic asylum) at the hospital in Triest, who was also the leader of an alternative psychiatric movement. Taking advantage of the chaotic political situation in Italy at the time, he started to close several psychiatric hospitals with a group of doctors, and had ‘Law 180’ passed in 1978, which resulted in the definitive closure of the asylums.... More...
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Apr 18, 2014
by Tim Hetherington
In April of 2011, Tim Hetherington travelled to Libya to photograph the ongoing uprising against the government. His goal was not to photograph the "news" of the day, but rather to focus on the idea of what he described as the "Theater of War" and young men acting out what they must imagine as the Hollywood version of how a rebel soldier looks and acts. He did not use a digital camera like other news... More...
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Apr 17, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has passed away at the age of 87.
The Colombian-born Marquez gained notoriety following the release of his masterpiece "One Hundred Years of Solitude" in 1967. More...
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Apr 14, 2014
by Eve Arnold
The volume offers a wide selection of photos ranging from early works to the travel reportages shot in China, India and the Middle East.

Format: Softcover.
Pages: 168.
Size: 28 x 23 cm.
Publisher: Silvana Editoriale, 2014.
Edited by Dario Cimorelli and Alessandra Olivari.
Texts by Simonetta Agnello Hornby, Angela Madesani. More...
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Apr 9, 2014
by Alex Majoli
In the spring of 1994, 50,000 Tutsis had taken refuge in a school where they were found and massacred by Hutu extremists. The clothes of the victims have been left in memoriam to the 800,000 Tutsis massacred in the largest organized killing of the decade. More...
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Apr 3, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
April 7th, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide.
Between April and July, 1994 between 500,000 and one million Tutsi people were massacred by forces aligned with the Hutu-led Rwandan government. Though the military and police forces were primarily responsible for the systematic identification, persecution and murder of Tutsi, they also pressured Hutu civilians to... More...