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Greg Marinovich
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwoke Dezie
mba o sịSouth Africa Dezie
Aha enyereGreg Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya1962 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụSprings Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụosee foto, onye ntaakụkọ, onye na-ese foto, onye nta akụkọ, Odee akwụkwọ Dezie
onye were ọrụBoston University Dezie
Onye òtù nkeBang-Bang Club Dezie
Ihe nritePulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography, Alan Paton Award, Nieman Fellowship Dezie
webụsaịtịhttp://www.gregmarinovich.com Dezie
Nwere ọrụ na mkpokọtaSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art Dezie
ikike nwebiisinka dị ka onye okikeỌrụ nwebiisinka chekwara Dezie

Greg Marinovich (onye amụrụ Gregory Sebastian Marinovich, n'ubochí asatọ n'ọnwa Disemba n'afọ 1962) bụ onye nta akụkọ foto South Africa, onye na-eme ihe nkiri, onye nchịkọta foto, na onye otu Bang-Bang Club.[1][2]

O so dee akwụkwọ The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War (afọ 2000), nke na-akọwa mgbanwe South Africa na ọchịchị onye kwuo uche ya.

Oge ọ malitere

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A mụrụ Marinovich n'ubochí asatọ n'ọnwa Disemba afọ 1962, na Springs, Gauteng, South Africa. Ọ bụ nwa nwoke si Korčula, Croatia.[3]

N'afọ 1985, Marinovich sere foto nke Achịbishọp Desmond Tutu na ụka na Johannesburg. Ọ bụ ihe omume akụkọ izizi ya. Iji zere ije ozi agha, ọ hapụrụ mba ahụ n'oge na-adịghị anya ógè nke ahụ gasịrị. Ọ kwagara Botswana. N'ókè ugwu ọ zutere ndị otu South West African People's Organisation (SWAPO). N'ebe ahụ ka ọ bịdọrọ mmasị ya ịchọpụta ọnọdụ ndụ nke ndị mmadụ n'oge oke ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị.[4]

Laa azụ na South Africa ọ rụrụ ọrụ banyere ụlọ ọrụ na-eme njem na safari. N'ọrụ a, ọ mụtara dị ka onye na-amụta onwe ya otu esi ede isiokwu na otu esi abụ onye na-ese foto. O nwekwara ihe ịga nke ọma n'ịchọta ọrụ na akwụkwọ akụkọ ndị dị na Johannesburg dị ka onye na-ese foto na onye na-edezi onwe ya.[4]

Onye nta akụkọ foto na onye nchịkọta akụkọ

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Dị ka akụkụ nke Bang Bang Club

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N'abalị iri na asaa Ọgọstụ n'afọ 1990, Marinovich, onye dị afọ iri abụọ na asaa n"oge ahụ, gara Soweto iji kpuchie ọgụ a lụrụ na Hostel War. [nkọwa dị mkpa] [5] Ọ resịrị foto nke ogbugbu ọ hụrụ n'ọfịs Associated Press (AP) Johannesburg. Site n'ụbọchị ahụ gaa n'ihu, ọ na-arụ ọrụ mgbe niile na Soweto, na-arụkarị ọrụ maka AP. N'ubochí irí n'ise n'ọnwa Septemba n'afọ 1990 Marinovich so onye nta akụkọ AP si United States gaa ọzọ n'obodo ndị ahụ. Ihe kachasị njọ site n'oge a bụ foto nke ogbugbu Lindsaye Tshabalala, onye na-akwado Zulu Inkatha na ọkụ ọkụ nke ozu ya. Foto ndị ahụ nwetara Pulitzer Prize màkà Breaking News Photography na 1991. Ógè e bipụtara foto ndị ahụ, ndị uwe ojii South Africa gbalịrị ịchọta ya dị ka onye akaebe maka ogbugbu ahụ, mana ha adaghị ebe foto ndị ahụ nyere Sebastian Balic. [1] Marinovich enweghị mmasị ịbụ onye akaebe, n'ihi ihe ize ndụ metụtara ya, na ndị na-enye ihe ọmụma.

Ụlọ akwụkwọ

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Marinovich na-akụzi na Harvard Extension School.[5] Ọ na-akụzi foto akụkọ na ihe nkiri na Mahadum Boston.[6]

Akwụkwọ ndị e bipụtara

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  • The Bang-Bang Club: Foto ndị sitere na agha zoro ezo. Ya na João Silva dere ya. Heinneman UK, 2000; Basic Books USA, 2000. Banyere otu ndị na-ese foto South Africa anọ na-arụ ọrụ n'ime obodo ndị dị na South Africa n'oge ịkpa ókè agbụrụ, ọkachasị n'etiti 1990 na 1994.
  • Njem Nwoke na-aga n'Ọba Dị Mfe. [Ihe e dere n'ala ala peeji] Nchịkọta nke edemede.
  • Grijalbo Spain, 2001.
  • Ogbugbu na Small Koppie: ezigbo akụkọ nke Mgbukpọ Marikana.[7] Akụkọ nyocha nke ihe ndị mere na ndị uwe ojii South Africa gburu ndị na-egwupụta akụ̀ na ụba 34, ndị na-eme ngagharị iwe na South Africa na 16 Ọgọst 2012.
  • Klọb Bang-Bang Germany: Wunderhorn, 2015.
  • 1990 Leica Award maka ịdị mma [citation needed]
  • 1990 Visa d'Or, Scoop Award (France) [citation needed]
  • 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography maka mkpuchi nke ndị na-akwado African National Congress na-egbu nwoke ha kwenyere na ọ bụ onye nledo Inkatha.
  • 1990 Overseas Press Club, The Eastman Kodak Award[8]
  • 1992 Onye na-esote Pulitzer Prize [citation needed]
  • 1993 Onye na-esote Pulitzer Prize [citation needed]
  • 1994 United Nations Award of Recognition for Services to Humanity [citation needed]
  • 1995 Mondi Award for Magazine Photography [citation needed]
  • 2017 Alan Paton Award maka igbu ọchụ na Small Koppie[9]

Ihe nkiri

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  • Mpụ pụrụ iche (1995)
  • Shembe (1998)
  • Ụbọchị Iri na Afghanistan (1999)
  • Ụzọ nke Ndị Nna Nna (2000)
  • Obodo nke Mmụọ (2001)
  • Ịchọ Maka Ọgaranya (2002)
  • Ụmụ Onyenwe anyị (2004)
  • Small Boys, Big Guns (2004)
  • Mkparịta ụka ya na Goldblatt (2005)
  • Njengue, Mmụọ nke Ọhịa (2005)
  • Ndị na-agba egwú nke Chineke (2005)
  • Usoro ihe nkiri maka EU na UNICEF n'Africa niile (2010)[10]

Ihe ngosi

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  • 1992: Somalia, Johannesburg
  • 1993: Croatia, Johannesburg
  • 1993: Bosnia na Croatia, United Nations, New York City
  • 1999 China: Akpa ókè agbụrụ na mgbe ọ gasịrị, Rotterdam, Netherlands (1999); Berlin, Germany (2000); Johannesburg (2000/2001)
  • 2000: Ọrịa AIDS, Johannesburg[11]

Edensibia

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  1. Fischer (2000). The Publitzer prize archives. Munich: Saur. ISBN 3598301847. “Gregory Sebastian Marinovich, 8 December 1962, in Springs, South Africa” 
  2. Harvard Extension School: Gregory S. Marinovich - Lecturer on Journalism in the College of Communication, Boston University Gregory Sebastian Marinovich.
  3. Geni.com: Croatian Settlers in South Africa Korčula, Croatia.
  4. 4.0 4.1 SAHO - South African History Online - Greg Marinovich biography.
  5. Gregory S. Marinovich. Harvard Extension School (12 June 2017). Archived from the original on 8 March 2021. Retrieved on 15 June 2022.
  6. Greg Marinovich | College of Communication. www.bu.edu.
  7. Presenting Murder at Small Koppie: The Real Story of The Marikana Massacre by Greg Marinovich. Penguin SA @ Books LIVE. Archived from the original on 2016-02-16. Retrieved on 2016-03-23.
  8. Awards Recipients. OPC.
  9. Jennifer Malec (25 June 2017). Zakes Mda and Greg Marinovich win Sunday Times Literary Awards. JRB. Retrieved on 19 April 2018.
  10. BrainFarm. www.brainfarm.co.za.
  11. "Greg Marinovich", South African History Online