Shooting Under Fire: The World of the War Photographer
Peter Howe discussed his book Shooting Under Fire: The World of the War Photographer, published by Artisan. The book features the work of ten war photographers, including Philip Jones Griffiths, Catherine Leroy, Ron Haviv and Patrick Chauvel. Mr. Howe talked about the history and importance of war photography and presented a number of photographs included in the book on wars ranging from the Vietnam War to the current war in Afghanistan. Following his presentation, Mr. Howe took questions from members of the audience. close
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