In 2010, Italian photographer Giovanna Silva (born 1980) was asked to photograph a school in Afghanistan. She lived there for two weeks in close contact with soldiers, traveling with them and seeing the country from their standpoint. The book recreates this narrative, moving from dim interiors to open horizons.
Published by Mousse Publishing. Text by Angelo Del Boca.
Using archival images and new photographs taken in locations ranging from Benghazi to Tripoli, in this publication Italian photographer Giovanna Silva (born 1980) documents the structures built by Muammar al-Gaddafi’s regime that were demolished during the 2011 revolution.