Envoys of War
Images by Group VII Photojournalists Alexandra Boulat, Ron Haviv, Christopher Morris, James Nachtwey,
and John Stanmeyer
November 8–21, 2004 Koppelman Gallery
Selections from photo essays by five distinguished Group VII photojournalists documenting wars and conflicts in Yugoslavia in the early 1990s (Ron Haviv), in Chechnya from 1994 to 1997 (Christopher Morris), in Afghanistan under Taliban rule in the late 1990s (James Nachtwey), in East Timor, Indonesia during the brutal military repression of an independence movement in 1998 (John Stanmeyer), and in Iraq during the spring of 2003 during the U.S. bombing and invasion of Baghdad (Alexandra Boulat).
Peter Howe has over thirty years of experience in the photography industry working as a photographer, editor, agent, writer, and curator. He has held positions as the Picture Editor of the New York Times Magazine and Director of Photography for LIFE magazine. He is currently working on a book about the paparazzi to be published in the spring of 2005.
Hurst Hannum is Professor of International Law at The Fletcher School, Tufts University, where he teaches courses in international organizations, international human rights law, peacekeeping, and nationalism and ethnicity.
Exhibition honoring the 20th Anniversary of EPIIC (Education for Public Inquiry and International Citizenship), a core program for the Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts University, and EXPOSURE, the Institute's Program on Photojournalism, Documentary Studies, and Human Rights.
Special thanks to VII Photo Agency, James Nachtwey, VII Projects, Paris; EXPOSURE, DVD catalogue by de.Mo, Giorgio Baravalle, publisher and editor.