War photography, stretching from 1887 to now

Collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY takes a look at more than 150 photos from wars following the advent of photography, from the horrors found on the field to the jubilant safe returns home.

The exhibit will be hosted by the Annenberg Space for Photography starting Saturday, March 23 through June 2 with free admission.

Photos: Dmitri Baltermants / Russian Photo Association, Al Chang, W. Eugene Smith / Black Star, Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos, Sal Veder / Associated Press

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