Nein Onkel: Snapshots From Another Front 1938-1945 is a photographic collection illustrating a different and not well-known perspective on life under the Third Reich. It contains reproductions of 347 unpublished snapshots - some of them in color - defying the simplistic representation of the Nazis as military and evil figures.
The photographer from Magnum recounts here the massacre of 800,000 Rwandans, according to the United Nations, mainly Tutsis by Hutus, who’s resentment dates back several decades. The Tutsis, who occupy the upper echelons of society, benefit from privileges, reinforced by Belgian colonization, and exercise their domination over the rest of the population.
"The void surrounds me and eats my belly. Through the clear glass of the car window, everything is grey: slow descent into a warm and acrid cell nucleus, memory wearing off through scattered images whose logic is as atomized as the territories I go through". Antoine d'Agata
First edition of the now cult book by John Gossage, published in 1985. This series of photos of a marsh area on the edge of a city reveals a blurred, subtle and extremely real border between man and nature, far from the formal and classic beauty of the landscapes of Ansel Adams.
The first edition of the cult book of the photojournalist from Magnum Susan Meiselas, Nicaragua is the story of the Sandinista insurrection against the Somoza dictatorship, which took place from 1978 to 1979 in Nicaragua.
“This is not documentary. It is much more exciting to see this book as a cinematic haiku, or a photographic and poetic short story, amazed by the intensity and grace of the moment, far beyond memory (...)". Inge Henneman