Capturing the Determined Faces of FARC

By David Schonauer   Tuesday May 16, 2017

“In her remarkable photo essay 'From the Shadows to the Light,' the French photographer Nadège Mazars has emulated the chiaroscuro of the Italian painter Caravaggio to evoke the transition that is under way in Colombia following fifty-two years of civil war,” notes Jon Lee Anderson at The New Yorker. Mazars’s portraits of former FARC fighters now being reintegrated into Colombian society captures the determination of the fighters to carry on fighting for political ideals, writes Anderson.

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