Since the 90’s, less and less professional photographers have been commissioned on long-term missions to document extreme social distress (Russia’s Perestroika) the horrors of war, genocides and natural catastrophes like the earthquake in Haiti. Photo reporters in charge of covering wars, are often only allowed ‘aftermath’ shots, once the bodies have been removed and the battle is over. ‘Real horror’, although censured on TV and in magazines, is increasingl...


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