Aperture Magazine

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Shifting Sands: Conflict Photojournalism and Ethics

A panel at the Aperture Gallery, moderated by Stephen Mayes, discussing the ethical dimensions of conflict photojournalism.

 - September 6, 2012
Democratic Republic of the Congo; black and white photograph

Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2003 © Marcus Bleasdale/VII

Join us next Tuesday, September 18, at the Aperture Gallery for Shifting Sands: Conflict Photojournalism and Ethics, a panel moderated by VII Photo director Stephen Mayes, with photographer Marcus Bleasdale, New Yorker staff writer Philip Gourevitch, Doctors Without Borders communications director Jason Cone, Bard College literary theory and human rights professor Thomas Keenan, and TIME magazine photography director Kira Pollack, discussing the ethical dimensions of conflict photojournalism.

This event is free, open to the public, and starts at 6:30 pm.