Wars and London art exhibition


This video says about itself:

London show reflects on horrors of wars

30 November 2014

Images of war’s aftermath and destruction are part of a special new exhibition at London’s Tate Modern. The museum is taking visitors on a journey through 150 years of conflict, from World War One to the conflict in Afghanistan. The show aims to present an alternative to typical war reportage, giving visitors a new perspective on conflict, and the time to reflect on how war impacts people’s lives. Al Jazeera’s Jessica Baldwin reports from London.

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