Greg Marinovich

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Greg Marinovich in 2011

Greg Sebastian Marinovich (born 8 December 1962 in Springs, Gauteng, South Africa)[1] is a South African photojournalist, film maker, photo editor, and member of the Bang-Bang Club. He co-authored the book The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War, which details South Africa's transition to democracy. In the 1990s, Marinovich worked as the chief photographer for the Associated Press in Israel/Palestine.[2] He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography in 1991 for his coverage of African National Congress supporters brutally murdering a man they believed to be an Inkatha spy.[3] He has also received a Leica Award and a Visa d'Or.


  • Marinovich, Greg and Joao Silva. The Bang-Bang Club. Basic Books: United States of America, 2000.

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