Antonio Faccilongo, Habibi published by FotoEvidence
HABIBI is the chronicle of a love story set in one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war.
Antonio Faccilongo has been following for a long time some Palestinian families where men serve long sentences in Israeli prisons, families who smuggle sperm and use in vitro fertilization to have children. Most of the media portrays Palestine as a war zone. HABIBI takes a purely humanistic approach to a non-violent response to oppression.
HABIBI is the winner of the 2020 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo. The Book Award is given each year to a photographer whose work demonstrates courage and commitment to the pursuit of human rights. The project was selected to be published as a book by an international jury. HABIBI is the 2021 World Press Photo Story of the Year and won the first prize in the long-term projects category.
Antonio Faccilongo, 2020
Ariella Azoulay, 2011
From Palestine to Israel,
Ariella Azoulay & Adi Ophir, 2013
The One-State Condition,
Ariella Azoulay, 2008
THE CIVIL CONTRACT OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
Zvi Efrat, 2018
The object of Zionism,
Gabriele Basilico, 2018
FREE ZONE 2006,
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