In 2000, I accompanied Michael von Graffenried at the opening of his exhibition at the National Library of Algiers. For the Swiss photographer, the presentation of his reportage work looked like a redemption. Until then, he was not comfortable with photographs that he considered to have “stolen” for nearly ten years to the Algerian people. Between 1991 and 2000, Michael...
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