Category Archives: Teun Voeten

Colonel Kurtz in Sarajevo

The motivation felt by war reporters may sound noble and altruistic – the world must know what is happening, politicians must be driven to action, etc. – but their true motives are often extremely idiosyncratic. A French female reporter for … Continue reading

Posted in Balcans, Bosnia, Nenad Velickovic, Sarajevo, Teun Voeten | Leave a comment

DE ESTHETIEK VAN DE HORROR – over de liefdesschijnbewegingen tussen kunst- en oorlogsfotografie

fotografie op het snijvlak tussen verbeelding en verslaggeving SERGE  VAN  DUIJNHOVEN tekst orig. gepubliceerd in De Brakke Hond Nr. 85[, 2004 (essay)] ‘I knew that of all the gory and heart-wrenching scenes I had already photographed that morning, this dead baby … Continue reading

Posted in Alfredo Jaar, Essays, James Nachtwey, Marcel Ophuls, Pixel Press Org, Teun Voeten, Veillees d'armes - The troubles we have seen, War Photography | Leave a comment