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Paolo Pellegrin – Un'Antologia

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Paolo Pellegrin - Un’antologia
Werkschau des Magnum-Fotografen

31. Oktober 2019 - 23. Februar 2020

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Paolo Pellegrin - Un’antologia
Retrospective of the Magnum-Photographer

31 October 2019–23 February 2020

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Paolo Pellegrin: Rome. Italy, 2015
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Paolo Pellegrin: IRAQ. 2016. (A man fleeing from ISIS controlled areas is seen in the outskirts of eastern Mosul)
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Paolo Pellegrin: The death of pope John Paul II. Vatican City, April 2, 2005
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Paolo Pellegrin: LEBANON. Beirut. August 2006. (Moments after an Israeli air strike destroyed several buildings in Dahia)
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Paolo Pellegrin: KOSOVO. Town of Pristina. 2000. (Crows over the cemetery)
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Paolo Pellegrin: A tatooed man. Rochester, NY. USA 2012
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Paolo Pellegrin: A family. USA. Rochester, NY. 2013
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Paolo Pellegrin: USA. El Paso, Texas. 2011. (Two men who attempted to enter the U.S. illegally run across the dry Rio Grande riverbed back to Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, after being spotted by the american Border Patrol)
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Paolo Pellegrin: ANTARCTICA. 2017. (NASA IceBridge flight surveying climate change in Antarctica. Aerials taken from a NASA P3 plane flying over South Peninsula A.)
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Paolo Pellegrin: Yamada-cho, Japan. 2011 (On March 11th 2011 a devastating 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit the north east coast of Japan. It was the most powerful known earthquake to have hit Japan and one of the five most powerful in the world since modern record-keeping began in 1900. The earthquake triggered hugely destructive tsunami waves of up to 38 meters that struck Japan traveling up to 10km inland. Over 28 thousand people are dead or missing and over 125,000 buildings destroyed or severely damaged. In addition to loss of life and destruction of infrastructure the tsunami caused several nuclear incidents of which the ongoing level 7 one at Fukushima is the most serious)
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Paolo Pellegrin: USA. Rochester, NY. 2012. (A man is arrested by the Rochester police after having assaulted his father with a samurai sword)
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Paolo Pellegrin: A thermal blanket. Lesbos, Greece, 2015
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