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Remarkable photos of real life in North Korea

Remarkable photos of real life in North Korea

David Guttenfelder - North Korea

David Guttenfelder - North Korea
A view of central Pyongyang, North Korea

David Guttenfelder’s work in North Korea

Photographer David Guttenfelder, the chief Asia photographer for The Associated Press, took on North Korea after spending seven years taking photos in Afghanistan. He was granted more access than other photographers and could travel around more freely. His recent photos (2011) from North Korea cover something else than the Arirang Festival, which has been already shown by Andreas Gursky, Noh Suntag and many after them. Certainly most images of Guttenfelder staged in a larger context but they are still remarkable.

David Guttenfelder - North Korea
Two female North Korean soldiers hold hands as they tour the birthplace of Kim Il Sung at Mangyongdae, North Korea.

David Guttenfelder - North Korea
In this April 21, 2011 photo, men operate a manual rail car on tracks running along the West Sea barrage near Nampho, North Korea.

David Guttenfelder - North Korea
Children look through a subway car window in Pyongyang, North Korea

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