60 Ans de Photos de Presse

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Black Star Publishing, 1997 - Photography - 458 pages
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Black Star's catalogue of photos reflects the diversity of themes found in the history of photojournalism - from the International Brigade of the Spanish civil war to the misery of Rwandan refugees in a Zaircan camp. Black Star's immoral photographs range from a tramp sleeping on a Parisian shop window ledge to the back rooms of the Bank of England. Black Star's journalists are always at the right place at the right time to report on everything. This book not only contains many classic images but also includes several previously unpublished photo series. A captivating interaction is created between the related photographs of a reportage and the power of a single image. Above all, this book reveals that from the very start that Black Star and photojournalism have been closely bound together.

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