Les misérables en Algerie: Street Photography (French Edition)

January 2, 2020 - Comment

Injured people, homeless people, beggars and poor underprivileged people that I met coincidently during my journeys around the country are the models in my photography which portrays my compassion and empathy to the world.My work is not intended as portraiture nor to pity people with miseries. It is a powerful spiritual iconography by which I

Injured people, homeless people, beggars and poor underprivileged people that I met coincidently during my journeys around the country are the models in my photography which portrays my compassion and empathy to the world.
My work is not intended as portraiture nor to pity people with miseries. It is a powerful spiritual iconography by which I intend to give them a glimmer of light in their eyes, to bring joy to their broken hearts, to give them hope, to honor them for surviving the cruel struggles they have been through, to make them know that they matter, that they are a human beings, and that they are not forgotten.

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