(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Letizia Battaglia once said: "I am a human being, not a photographer. I'm a human being who takes pictures. "
And yet, for Italy, Battaglia – born in 1935 – is not just a photographer; she er photographer; she is Italy's mafia photographer. In Italy's national archives there are few photographs like hers. They are not ordinary photographs, similar to those taken by journalists or photographers after a murder in a scene. They are genuine, genuine and sinister. Yes, Battaglia's photographs can really be called war photographs.
She began working as a journalist for L'Ora – the daily newspaper in Palermo – in 1969; then there were more than a thousand. . .
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