This year, the Tbilisi Photo Festival has decided to devote a large space for the exhibition of the Syrian uprising – a unique endeavour, given the government’s almost total blackout on allowing media access. With thousands killed so far, the world needs to bear witness to this unfolding tragedy. From the besieged city of Homs, the Tbilisi Photo Festival is pleased to feature William Daniels (Panos Pictures), Paul Conroy, Alessio Romenzi, Mani and the late Rémi Ochlik who lost his life during the shelling of a media centre in Homs.
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