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Photographs by Diane Bush.
Kuda Editions, Las Vegas, 2006. In English. 60 pp., 26 color illustrations, 9½x8".

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Warheads, published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Burchfield-Penny Arts Center on the campus of Buffalo State College in Buffalo, New York, features a selection of 26 color plates and a foreword by D. Anthony Bannon, the director of the George Eastman House, and an afterword by Jerry Schefcik, director of the Donna Beam Art Gallery, in Las Vegas.

Diane Bush, a veteran “peacenik,” who fled to the UK with a draft dodger in the late 1960s, turned her documentarian lens to the TV tube during the Gulf War for all 43 days of the war. Unlike other photographers who shot off the TV set, Diane used a macro lens at weird angles to achieve what many thought were computer-manipulated pictures of fat-headed TV anchors (Warheads) and newscasters. The resulting commentary on media censorship was titled Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Had Cable?

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