With An act of unspeakable violence “Un acte d’une violence indicible”, Matthias Bruggmann reveals the dark and fragmented face of the war in Syria. A collection of suffering and a cry to tell all the horror. A black cover with these words alone: An act of unspeakable violence. Title of this courageous and precious work published by Editions Xavier Barral with the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne who decided, faced with the exceptional quality of this work, to dedicate an exhibition to his work. In 101 photographs ranging from 2012 to more recent times (2017), Matthias Bruggmann plunges us into...
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