The Bronx Documentary Center is gradually becoming one of New York’s most innovative art spaces, combining photography with different materials and approaches. Its latest exhibition, Invasion : Diaries and Memories of War in Iraq, on view until April 19, 2013, takes the spectator into the private lives of three people who experienced the American invasion of Iraq first-hand. We read pages from the diaries of Lieutenant Timothy McLaughlin, scanned and displayed in large format, the published and personal stories of New York Times and Wall Street Journal reporter Peter Maas, and the pictures and writings of photographer Gary Knight, founder of the VII Photo Agency.
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