The veteran photojournalist has captured the wonders and horrors of his native Medellín for over 40 years. Looking back on his archive, he reflects on documenting the loss and conflict that continue to haunt the Colombian city
Tag: Civil war
In his new monograph, Reaching for Dawn, the photographer travels across Liberia, documenting a population living in the aftermath of civil war
Lê reflects on a significant strand of recent American history, touching on interweaving narratives, past and present
From the dimly-lit back alleys of Belfast, right into the interiors of its inhabitants’ homes, Chad Alexander’s graduation project Entries takes us on a reflective journey through the streets where he grew up. The 27-year-old first picked up a camera after seeing an exhibition that combined scenes of the Northern Ireland conflict with vignettes of daily life; he has since been developing his own take on documentary in this series. “It was work that I had always wanted to make, but until that point I wasn’t exactly sure how to approach it,” he explains.