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  • Romain Cialdella

    Marc Riboud - La fille à la fleur 1967 - #flowerpower

  • Dark Phoenix

    Jan Rose Kasmir, photo by Marc Riboud, took part in the protest against America’s involvement in Vietnam in Washington DC where thousands of anti-war activists had gathered in front of The Pentagon on 21 October 1967 . With a flower in her hands this became a well-known symbol of struggle for peace. Flower Power

  • mlise squirrel

    © Marc Riboud, Peace march, Washington D.C. 1967 shown at EXHIBITION “IN OUR TIME” - MAGNUM 1947-1987 Until today Magnum stands for documentary photography of the highest standard. Rober...

  • Michel Faure

    Peace march against the Vietnam War, Washington DC, USA, 1967. Photo by Marc Riboud

  • Phox Officiel

    #photo #actu Voyagez à travers le regard de #MarcRiboud lors de son exposition au #Musée d'art moderne Richard Anacréon de #Granville, jusqu'au 28 septembre 2014! De merveilleuses #photographies à découvrir! http://www.marcriboud.com/marcriboud/accueil.html

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