Book ReviewImages in Transition: Wirephoto 1938-1945Using a collection of images from World War II, this new photobook toys with the history of the wirephoto, questioning our reliance on photographs as records of hard evidence.Read More
Images in Transition: Wirephoto 1938-1945
Using a collection of images from World War II, this new photobook toys with the history of the wirephoto, questioning our reliance on photographs as records of hard evidence.
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