The Magnum photojournalist Paolo Pellegrin has documented many of this generation’s major conflicts and disasters, from wars to revolutions to tsunamis.

"I'm more interested in a photography that is 'unfinished' - a photography that is suggestive and can trigger a conversation or dialogue. There are pictures that are closed, finished, to which there is no way in.

Anti-Mubarak demonstrations in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, 2011


A woman walks through a market in Tripoli, Libya, 2002

ALGERIA. 2001. Village near the town of Mascara

WEST BANK. 2004. Ramallah. Yasser Arafat's funeral in the Mukata compound.

One of the many tunnels that run under the buffer zone between Rafah and Egypt. The Gazan economy is depen

ISRAEL- PALESTINE. 2002. Mother of a child killed during the IDF's incursion into Jenin.

 A woman mourns the death of Pope John II. St. Peter’s Square, Vatican City, 2005

Destruction in Pétionville, a residential neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. Earthquake aftermath, Haiti, 2010

Tunisian, Egyptian and other nationals flee Libya during flighting between rebels and pro-Qaddafi forces and arrive at the border crossing in Ras Jedir near Ben Gardenne, Tunisia, 2011

A dog is seen in the flooded streets of Banda Aceh, in the aftermath of a devastating tsunami wave that hit the island of Sumatra, Indonesia, 2005