An exhibition exploring conflict photography runs through March 15th at the Tate Modern in London. From images taken seconds after the explosion of a bomb, to battlegrounds seen years later, to victims, symbolic still lifes and objects of war, Conflict, Time, Photography features work ranging from the American Civil War to the current Syrian Civil War.
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