Susan Meiselas, Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History

“Another development sees documentary image-makers focussing [sic] on the publicity and distribution channels of documentary photography. They study and comment on the way that the media shape history and the political and commercial interests that influence this. Stories that do not fit into the collective image of the world or are regarded as undesirable by those concerned can be ignored by society or even deliberately suppressed.” (Heuvel, p113)
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