NEWTON, Sierra Leone, May 2000
Kamajor Fighter from government militias ajka CivilDefenceForces on their way to counter rebelattack.
Photographed while on assignment with writer Sebastian Junger for Vanity Fair.
Shot on NikonFM2, HP5black/white film. Silver Gelatin handprinted by photographer from original negative in 2010 on Ilford Multigrade Fiber paper.
Signed, numbered on front with marker, on back with pencil.
Numbered # 12/25
Magazinepage image/ for reference only and, not included in the lot.
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Dr Teun Voeten is a war photographer and anthropologist who since 1990 covered conflicts worldwide like Ex-Yugoslavia. Colombia. Afghanistan, Liberia, Sudan, Iraq, Gaza, Rwanda, Syria, North-Korea, for magazines as Vanity Fair and National Geographic. Voeten wrote books on the underground homeless in New York, the civil war in Sierra Leone and the drug violence in Mexico, on which he wrote a PhD thesis titled The Mexican Drug Violence: Hybrid Warfare, Predatory Capitalism and the Logic of Cruelty.
- Teun Voeten (1961-)
- Title of artwork
- Kamajar fighter at frontline in Sierra Leone, May 2000
- Gelatin-silver print
- Date of print
- Vintage print
- Printed later
- Image size
- 23.5×35.5 cm
- Total dimensions
- 28×40×0 cm