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2010

Warzone

Christoph Bangert

IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

In the spring of 2005, when the sectarian violence in Iraq reached its first peak, the German photographer Christoph Bangert left for the war zone, under assignment from The New York Times. In the years that followed he was one of the few Western journalists to provide pictures of the war. Bangert generally works independently, and only occasionally goes out as an embedded photographer with American, British and Iraqi troops.

  • IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

    In the spring of 2005, when the sectarian violence in Iraq reached its first peak, the German photographer Christoph Bangert left for the war zone, under assignment from The New York Times. In the years that followed he was one of the few Western journalists to provide pictures of the war. Bangert generally works independently, and only occasionally goes out as an embedded photographer with American, British and Iraqi troops.

  • IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

  • IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

  • IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

  • IRAQ: THE SPACE BETWEEN (Iraq, 2005-2007)

Biography

Christoph Bangert (Germany, 1978) studied photography at the polytechnic in Dortmund and at the International Center for Photography in New York. After his graduation he travelled from Argentina to New York by four-wheel drive vehicle for his book Travel Notes. In addition to his travels in America and Africa, Bangert has worked in various conflict areas, including Darfur, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Lebanon and Iraq.

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