Text by Robert Delpire, Caroline Milic.

For over 10 years, Francesco Zizola has been prowling the globe – from Angola to Thailand, Kosovo to Colombia, Japan to California – seeking to denounce situations in which children are exploited or forced to live in financial, emotional or moral poverty. With insight and honesty, he takes photographic stock of children’s condition around the world.


'Francesco Zizola’s images implicitly denounce the universal reign of bestial, inhuman power, of merciless might-makes-right: of the fierce power to harm and to enslave, the power to kill.' Caroline Milic

  • Collection : Hors collection
  • Publication Date : 15/12/2004
  • 27,2 x 23 cm, Relié (cousu), 176 pages
  • Price : 35,00 EUR
  • ean : 9782851072184

About the artist

Francesco Zizola, born in Rome in 1962, is an Italian photojournalist. A founding member of Noor Image, his work (...)

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