Algérie, clos comme on ferme un livre ?

@ Boudjelal, Bruno



Publisher's presentation :

"Algeria, a finished story ?

You can now travel in Algeria, and Bruno Boudjelal seizes on this new freedom to explore the country and its origins from east to west, in a gripping road movie that crosses paths with the ghost of Frantz Fanon as well as the young clandestine immigrants en route to Europe. A photographic narrative between a personal history and a political questioning whose uniqueness reflects the uncertainties of a people."

NB : If you read French, a longer presentation is available on the French version of this page (click "Français" on top of page).

The book's texts are fully translated English / French.

This book was awarded the prestigious "Prix Nadar 2015" for the best French photography book of the year.

Fully translated English / French; co-published with Autograph ABP.

160 pages - Softcover w/ DJ

Le bec en l'air, 2015

New - Mint condition

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