Spc. Lee Davis
US Army photo 031025-A-357
Seen through a night-vision device, paratroopers conduct a raid on a suspected terrorist's home in Fallujah, Iraq. The Soldiers are assigned to the 82nd Airbourne Division's Company B, 1st Battalion 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment.
This photo appeared on www.army.mil
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Photography and Revolution: Memory Trails Through the Latin American Left

13.10.08 | Julian Stallabrass

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Comment on this exhibition, co-curated by Susie Medley and Julian Stallabrass at the Winchester Gallery, below: .....read more

Designs for Solidarity

13.10.08 | Julian Stallabrass

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Comment on this exhibition, curated by Catherine Moriarty, and displayed at the University of Brighton below: .....read more

Philip Jones Griffiths: Agent Orange

13.10.08 | Julian Stallabrass

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Comment on this exhibition at Pallant House, Chichester below: .....read more

Frank Hurley: Photographing the First World War

13.10.08 | Julian Stallabrass

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Add your comments on this exhibition at Charleston Farmhouse below: .....read more

Iraq Through the Lens of Vietnam

13.10.08 | Julian Stallabrass

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Add your comments on the exhibition below. There have already been many lengthy, thoughtful and engaged responses written into the gallery comments book. One asked: why are there no Vietnamese images critical of their regime or any Iraqi images critical of Al Qaeda? We do show Vietnamese images that the North Vietnamese government would have been uncomfortable showing, as some of the captions make clear. These show dead US servicemen, and also Vietnamese casualites of .....read more

Frank Hurley at Charleston

13.10.08 | Richard Howells

It came as quite a surprise to see Frank Hurley’s images of World War One hanging at Charleston, the home of the Bloomsbury set in Sussex. In many ways, Charleston was the antithesis of the 1914-1918 war, yet at the same time owed its existence –or at least its Bloomsbury significance- to it. While young men in their millions were dying in horrific circumstances in the trenches across the English Channel, Charleston was a seeming oasis of aesthetic calm, artistic sensibili .....read more

BPB 2008 Resource for Teachers

19.09.08 | Juliette Buss

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BPB is pleased to announce the launch of a resource for teachers planning visits to BPB 2008 exhibitions. Download the pack here .....read more

Julian Stallabrass interviews on Foto8 and Resonance104.4fm

16.09.08 | Bruno Ceschel

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Read Guy Lane's interview with Julian in FOTO8 and listen to Julian talking about BPB 2008 on Resonance104.4fm's Free University of the Airwaves.   .....read more

Words Without Pictures, Again

06.08.08 | Julian Stallabrass

We have been having quite a lot of difficulty securing loans and rights to use photography of the ‘other side’ in the Vietnam War: the photographs taken by the National Liberation Front and the North Vietnamese Army. This photography is highly distinct from our stereotypical image of the Vietnam War. First, it shows the other side, living, laughing, resting, labouring and fighting, and through those pictures we get a glimpse of how they and their state viewed their struggle. The W .....read more

Resonance FM Free University

05.08.08 | Julian Stallabrass

I have just recorded a half hour talk about the Biennnial for Resonance FM's 'Free University of the Airwaves'. It picks up on some of the themes in 'Words Without Pictures' below. The talk will go out the week of the 18th August, probably more than once. Details of the Free University here: http://resonancefm.com/archives/215 .....read more

Press Launch at the Photographers' Gallery 1/2

15.07.08 | Bruno Ceschel

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Helen Cadwallader, Executive Director of BPB, introduces the Brighton Photo Biennial and its team. .....read more