Starting in the mid-1950s, the work of one of the masters of reportage photography, René Burri, began to appear in the press. The photojournalist’s extensive archives—with no less than 300 publications—allow the depth of his work to be glimpsed. Burri’s photographs resonate within the history of photography, first because of the sheer number of pictures he’s taken, but also as a result of how often his work appeared in the illustrated press.
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