217A universal declaration of human rights

francesco zizola

kadir van lohuizen

pep bonet

stanley greene

yuri kozyrev

jon lowenstein

philip blenkinsop

samantha appleton

jan grarup

 

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the book is available here: Eclipse Libros

Publisher: Fonart publishing.

Pages: 224

Size: 16 x 23,7 cm

ISBN: 978-84-935726-3-1

Deposito legal: B-2126-2009

 

one goal


The book shows Pep's long-term project on Sierra Leone’s amputee’s soccer team. The legacy of Sierra Leone's civil war  (1991-2001) was the use of amputation as a weapon of fear, by both factions. Many of the victims were innocent young men, who were targeted in order to stop them fighting for an opposing side. Through soccer,… read more ›

iraq

Published for the Amnesty International series “A photographer for human rights”; the book “Iraq” shows images of war, soldiers, torture, refugees and the collateral damage of Saddam’s regimes.

 

 

The photographs are an important testimony documenting Iraq II from the war’s onset, more than 9 years ago.




© Francesco Zizola.

Format: 96 pages,… read more ›

the issue, katrina

“Katrina - An Unnatural Disaster, The Issue # 1”

 

 

By Stanley Greene, Kadir van Lohuizen, Thomas Dworzak and Paolo Pellegrin.

 

Essay by Jon Lee Anderson.

 

This first edition, entitled Katrina – An Unnatural Disaster, is devoted in its entirety to the aftermath of hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and its devastating effects on the residents and former residents.

 

The photographs capture the Big Easy… read more ›