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Old 06-02-2007, 06:11 AM
PeterC PeterC is offline
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Default Interesting insight into Tony Blair's Legacy

Dan Chung one of the best mainstream Photojournalists in the UK, and probably one of the best English authors of the past two decades Martin Amis give a candid and quite interesting look at Blair as they follow him around. Not spectacular photography wise but photojournalism at its best.A very interesting piece and i love the way they join photography and video together. I think it works very well.
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Old 06-05-2007, 11:31 PM
nicoz nicoz is offline
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Looks interesting indeed! I went to the national portrait gallery in London. They have another photo exhibition on Blair by Nick Danziger. It's quite an impresive serie I have to say. He followed Blair for a month just before UK went on war to Irak. He recorded many aspects of the decision making process, the incertitudes, the meetings (with Bush among other things), the fear, people who pulled the strings etc... It's clearly worth seeing, especially since it's free!!!!

There is also a few portraits from Don McCullin in the next room. Quite impressive too.
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