Images de Conflits / Guerres & Photographie opens tomorrow at the Studio [GwinZegal] in Guingamp, Brittany. The photographers document battles from the first Crimean war in the 1850s up to the current war in Syria. The year 2014 marks the centenary of the First World War, and this exhibition gives viewers the chance to explore history through conflicts across the world, featuring selections from the WWI archives of the Musée Nicéphore Niépce, the WWII photographs of Robert Capa, Izis and Zdeněk Tmej, the Vietnam War as seen by Life magazine in 1969, to Laurent Van der Stockt’s 2013 work in Syria.
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