Griffiths, Philip Jones. (8 of 9). Oral History of British Photography

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    Phaidon publishers office, London, United Kingdom

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    Griffiths, Philip Jones, 1936- (speaker, male)

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    Read, Shirley, (speaker, female)

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    Part 8. Further comments on Magnum, pleasure of looking at new work. Remarks on the changes in photography and personal sadness that the necessity for it has disappeared, subjective nature of photography. Remarks about the cover of Vietnam Inc. Remarks about the psychology of the USA, especially around memory, which made it important to republish the book. Brief chronology of career.

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