James nachtwey

Explore the powerful and captivating world of James Nachtwey photography. Discover his iconic images that capture the essence of humanity and provoke thought and emotion.
Afghanistan, 1996 @ James Nachtwey Art, Fotos, Photo, Black And White, Black And White Photography, Persona, Fotografie, Fotografia, Kunst

Rwanda, 1994 From its size to its content, Inferno feels like a cenotaph, a monument dedicated to the memory of the victims. These are not the victims of natural cataclysms, these are the victims of human greed for power, violence, stupidity, and of man's destructive impulses. By Bruno Chalif

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Photojournalist James Nachtwey ’70 has traveled the world documenting wars, natural disasters, and the human condition. The Hood Museum of Art has acquired his archive, which comprises more than half a million images, which Nachtwey hopes will help educate and inspire others. Here are just a few examples of his work. Read more about the archives and see a Q&A with Nachtwey about his work on Dartmouth News.

María Pérez Gorría