For almost 45 years I have roamed the world, in search of images of upheaval; initially political and social, then later, religious. Retrospectives are best done when the photographer is no longer around - there will be no surprises then. Or so I thought until the National Museum of Singapore suggested I have one. It is now being shown in the Stathaus of Ulm, Germany.
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