For the release of the The Photobook: A History (Vol. 3), Le BAL in Paris organized a discussion with the authors, Gerry Badger and Martin Parr, who presented a selection of ten photobooks featured in their history. Libya Jamhiriya (1981) was selected as a typical example of propaganda. It illustrates a chapter on the importance of the book in the history of ideologies.
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