For more than thirty years, Steve McCurry, with his sense of color and light, has made his work a reference point in the world of photography. Born in Philadelphia, he left the United States for India in 1978, the first of many trips to come. In 1979, he snuck into rebel-controlled Afghanistan and documented the lives of its Mujaheddin.
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