Of love and war book

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of love and war book

Lynsey Addario Is More Than a War Photographer | Vanity Fair

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Lynsey Addario Is More Than a War Photographer

But in my experience, a tough image turns people away, and I want to do the opposite. In her new book, Of Love and War, the photographer, who has won a MacArthur genius grant and the Pulitzer Prize, looks back on her long career to find some of the most beautiful images she has taken out of conflict and human struggle. Born in Connecticut, she has been living mainly outside of the United States since she was in her 20s. In an interview with Vanity Fair, she shared some of her stories about working in some of the most challenging places in the world. Why did you start with those images? In , Addario followed three Syrian refugees through pregnancy and childbirth for Time magazine, including Taimaa Abazli, pictured here with her 4-month-old daughter. Lynsey Addario: There were two options for where I would start the book.

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But, of course, it is not. At least not in the normal way we use the word. Addario is a conflict photographer. Her subjects are war and grief. And so there is death in this book. Death and violence and despair on nearly every page.

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Look Inside. Oct 23, ISBN , Lynsey Addario was just finding her way as a photographer when September 11th changed the world.

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