Before and Before That: Alexandra Boulat and the Iraq War Ten Year Anniversary

Donley, Karen Hull
March 2013
BAGnewsNotes;3/20/2013, p1
Blog Entry
The article presents the series of photographs taken by Alexandra Boulat during the ten years of the Iraq War, which includes one on the infamous Shock and Awe and the culture-splitting devastation wrought by U.S. action.


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