American Jim Marshall’s unseen “peace” photographs, collated and published here for the first time, are a timely document for our world today. Almost sixty years after Gerald Holtom created the peace symbol, this body of work is a beautiful and thoughtful reflection from one of the most celebrated photographers of the twentieth century. Marshall saw himself as an anthropologist and a journalist, visually recording the changing times and explosion of creativity and celebrity in the 1960s. He loved street photography, and in between official assignments, started documenting the CND peace symbol and peace rallies as a personal project. He tabled...
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