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WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its A ftermath will open at the Annenberg Space for Photography on March 23\ , 2013 and run through June 2\, 2013. This exhibition has been organized by The Museum of Fine Arts\, Houston.

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WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY enc ompasses over 150 images going as far back as 1887 through present-day and is arranged by themes presenting both the military and civilian point of vi ew including the advent of war\, daily routines\, the fight itself\, the af termath\, medical care\, prisoners of war\, refugees\, executions\, memoria ls\, remembrance and more.  

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< span style="font-size: small\;">The exhibit includes the work of award-winn ing portrait photographers and photojournalists\, military photographers\, amateurs and artists including iconic images such as Joe Rosenthal’s Old Gl ory Goes Up on Mount Suribachi\, Iwo Jima and Alfred Eisenstaedt’s V-J Day\ , Times Square\, New York.  Recognizable from news coverage is Eddie Adams’ image of the execution of a Viet Cong prisoner on the streets of Saigon.  

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Specific to the Los Angeles exhibit will be the Annenberg Space for Pho tography’s original short documentary film and digital image presentation p roduced by Arclight Productions. Both the documentary and digital gallery w ill feature over 500 photographs exclusive to the Photography Space from si x acclaimed contemporary conflict photographers: Alexandra Avakian\, Caroly n Cole\, Ashley Gilbertson\, Edouard H.R. Glück\, David Hume Kennerly and J oao Silva.

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In interviews in the film\, these six photographers share the ir experiences\, including life-threatening situations faced by their subje cts and themselves. Photographer Joao Silva revisits sites in his native So uth Africa\, recalling the violence that led up to that country’s first dem ocratic election in 1994. Ashley Gilbertson is filmed in Midland\, Texas\, on the final shoot for his book\, Bedrooms of the Fallen\, which examines t he bedrooms of young soldiers who never returned home from war.

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WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY arrives in Los Angeles from The Museum of Fine Art s\, Houston on March 23\, 2013 before it travels to the Corcoran Gallery of Art\, Washington\, D.C.\, and the Brooklyn Museum.

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Though norm ally closed on Mondays (and Tuesdays)\, we will be open on Memorial Day\, M onday\, May 27. Please check ASP website in late May for Memorial Day hours of operation.

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