Flower Child by Mark Ribaud (Magnum Photos). An image taken by Riboud on October 21, 1967, is among the most celebrated anti-war pictures. Shot in Washington, D.C. where thousands of anti-war activists had gathered in front of the Pentagon to protest against America’s involvement in Vietnam, the picture shows a young girl, Jan Rose Kasmir, with a flower in her hands and a kindly gaze in her eyes, standing in front of several rifle-wielding soldiers stationed to block the protesters. Riboud…

Photo Marc Riboud - Jan Rose Kasmir facing the American National Guard outside the Pentagon during the 1967 anti-Vietnam march."la jeune fille à la fleur"

Marc Riboud. Gong Li, Chine, 1993

Actress Gong Li, China, 1993 Born in Lyon, France, photographer Marc Riboud is best known for his extensive reports on the East.

Educating the Eye: Looking Back With Marc Riboud - In conversation with Marc Riboud

Words of wisdom, touching inspiration and a set of timeless photographs from one of the great photographic visionaries of the (and century

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