James Nachtwey is one of the world’s most respected photojournalists, and considered the defining visual war reporter of his time. His exhibition, Memoria, at Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden ended recently. The photographs in the exhibition were arranged in narrative sequences that included many of Nachtwey’s most prominent bodies of work with almost 150 photographs and a film by Thomas Nordanstad. It was too important to ignore. So, even with tardiness, here is a glimpse at it. https://www.fotografiska.com/sto/en/exhibition/memoria/
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