Foreword by Roberto Mutti.
Published by Charta
Fabio Caramaschi lives and works in Rome, but he leaves as often as he can, traveling and telling, in words and images, the stories of the people he meets: "I no longer know if I take photographs in order to travel, or if I travel in order to take photographs." This voyage in words and images along the Zambesi River--all the way to the lost valley of the Tonga--suggests the ancestral memory of a different life, one in which time is measured in the rhythms of nature, in which the wisdom of the elderly is authoritative and over which magic presides. Caramaschi's intense, delicate, respectful work offers glimpses of an Africa that might have been, and describes the beauty and dignity with which those contemporary Africans he encountered respond to injustice, misery and disease.
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