Dread and Dreams (Daylight Books, 2015) brings together photographs Zalmaïmade between 2008 and 2013 against the backdrop of the 14-year U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan which culminated in 2014 with the withdrawal of American troops. The book is about the legacy of a war that is still shrouded in uncertainty as Afghans lose faith in their government, and in the international...
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