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Open Wound: Chechnya 1994-2003 Hardcover – July 2, 2004
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About the Author
Stanley Greene was a painter for many years before turning to photography in 1970. Two years later he enrolled in the School of Visual Arts in New York, and in 1973 transferred to Image Works in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1975 Greene enrolled in the San Francisco Art Institute where he received both a BFA and an MFA in photography by 1980. At the same time he co-founded Camera Work Gallery with five other photographers in San Francisco. In 1980, Greene began working for publications including the San Francisco Examiner and Rolling Stone. In 1986, he moved to Paris.
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Some could argue about the varying concepts of responsibility and political 'correctness' of this simmering cauldron of a war. But no one who reads this book can deny the too familiar aspects of what is captured here in photographs. War, whether confined to small countries or vast regions, is still a hungry and insatiable beast, and we can never view enough of the atrocities such as Greene is showing us that serve as constant reminders that we MUST find a viable alternative means of resolution of differences than the horror of the war machine.
Grady Harp, March 05
From "Escaping the Chechen Quagmire" [...] 16 December 2003
keep the book and pray for us all, if you can.