Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, The Day Nobody Died, 2008
société information, 17 septembre 2020
Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, The Day Nobody Died, 2008

Observing the limits of photojournalism in the face of humanitarian and wartime tragedies, artists have sought ways to bear witness to human suffering freed from the grip of media and government powers. Their approach is not without problems. Perhaps their critical potential lies in testing these limits.

 

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