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Camille Lepage, Sudan
A mother reacts to the killing of her son
Maysun, Egypt

It’s not even December yet, but the great news just keep on coming!

Although it was supposed to end this November 13th, due to its resounding public success the surprisingly artistic and emotionally charged “On the Front Line. Women Photojournalists in War Zones” photography Exhibition on display at Palazzo Madama has been prolonged for two full months more, until January 16th, 2017.

Read more about this event here

FACES OF WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF WOMEN – Palazzo Madama, from October 7th to January 16th, 2017

Camille Lepage, Sudan

After the huge success of the now-almost-ended Marilyn Monroe exhibitionPalazzo Madama dedicates yet another event to the miracle of femininity and its many shapes and expressions. This time, we’re talking about a more serious topic, closer to our present reality: a photography exhibition entitled “On the Front Line. Women Photojournalists in War Zones”, on display from October 7th to January 16th, 2017. It features 70 captions from the work of some of the most important female photojournalists sent to document, with empathy and compassion, the many faces of the wars breaking to pieces the so-called “third world”: Gaza, Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, South Sudan, Central African Republic etc. Continue Reading