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This is Bruno Stevens' magnum opus about the conflict of the century. 'Ground' is the result of a decade spent taking pictures in Israel and Palestine, documenting every imaginable occurrance.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • 296 x 296 x 32mm | 1,941.37g
  • Editions Lannoo sa
  • Tielt, Belgium
  • Dutch; Flemish, English, French
  • 140 b&w
  • 9020992120
  • 9789020992120
  • 1,435,542

About Robert Fisk

Bruno Stevens (b.1959) decided to become a photojournalist in 1998. He wasn't only active in Israel and Palestine, but also in Mexico, Haiti, former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, India, Iraq and Lebanon. He focuses focuses mainly on photographing war and conflict zones and the impact on the local population. His work regularly appears in 'Stern', 'Liberation', 'The Sunday Times Magazine', 'Time', 'Newsweek', 'Paris-Match' and many others. His previous books include the incredibly successful 'Baghdad'. Gideon Levy is an author, television maker and above all a famous Israeli journalist and columnist for the newspaper 'Haaretz'. He is a controversial figure because of his criticism of Israeli politics when it comes to the Palestinian conflict. Robert Fisk is a British journalist for 'The Independent', a writer and Middle-East correspondent. He is the author of the successful 'Pity the Nation - Lebanon at War and The Age of the Warrior'.

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"Photojournalist Bruno Stevens has spent the last ten years on the front-line in Gaza, photographing the effects of the Israeli-Palestine conflict on the people who live there. Some of his stunning, often shocking, work forms the basis for a new book entitled Ground" Independent Online

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