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For me, at least, and I think for many people in Magnum, the confrontation with reality is about understanding and formulating the ambiguity of it, and giving an account of the many forces that are at work within it.
Gilles Peress
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006
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Book of the Week: <i>Insomnia</i>
Book of the Week: Insomnia
by Antoine D'Agata
In Insomnia, Antoine D'Agata photographs the eerie quality of the nocturnal and the bleak longing it often exudes. It is a trip into the nuit blanche, the sleepless night, and its blurry scenes.
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Zoom In: Bloody Sunday
Zoom In: Bloody Sunday
by Magnum Photographers
On Jan. 30, 1972, 13 civil rights demonstrators in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, were shot dead after British troops opened fire on the crowd. Magnum photographers Gilles Peress and Philip Jones Griffiths, there covering hostilities involving the Irish Republican Army, took a close look at the struggles leading up to Bloody Sunday and its aftermath.
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