Martina Bacigalupo is a photojournalist. Since 2009, her work has brought her to Eastern and Central Africa, from Burundi to Somalia to Uganda. Her report on the consequences of the massacres committed by Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army over 25 years earned her the Canon Female Photojournalist Award. It was while she was developing the first photographs from this painful investigation that she discovered, in a local photographer’s studio, a collection of 10x15 portraits from which the faces had been carefully cut out.
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