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Greg Marinovich

Greg Marinovich

Greg Marinovich is co-author of The Bang-Bang Club, a nonfiction book on South Africa’s transition to democracy that has been translated into six languages. He is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker.He spent 25 years covering conflict around the globe, with his writing and photographs appearing in magazines and newspapers worldwide. His 2012 award winning investigations into the Marikana massacre of miners by police was called the most important South African journalism post Apartheid, and a book 'Murder at Small Koppie' won the Alan Paton award for non-fiction in 2017. Marinovich was editor-In-Chief of the Twenty Ten project, tutoring and managing over 100 African journalists’ work in all forms of media. He gives lectures and workshops on human rights, justice photography and storytelling. He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 2013/14 and currently a master lecturer at Boston University’s Journalism school, as well as teaching photography at Harvard
On photographs and the art of ‘remixing’ images
On photographs and the art of ‘remixing’ images
M Neelika Jayawardane and Greg Marinovich explore the issues involved in artists’ reasonable or fair use of other people’s works....
A South African murder through the lens
A South African murder through the lens
Earlier this week South African photographer James Oatway and journalist Beauregard Tromp were in Alexandra township, an impoverished township that...
Marikana: The miners were hunted like beasts
Marikana: The miners were hunted like beasts
Some of the miners killed in the August 16 massacre at Marikana appear to have been shot at close range or crushed by police vehicles. They were not...