This is one of the few outdoor exhibitions, and even though the photographs are too small, the initiative is charming and worthy of of our praise. Sami Haven, 26, left his native Jordan to study three years in Rome, where he became passionately involved with the “Palestinian Question” and Gaza. He photographed young, bare-chested athletes testing their fitness against an incredible, bombed-out backdrop.
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