Afghanistan, Kabul, 1996
Kabul was heavily mined during the civil war, and long after the combatants left the centre of the city, people continued to be blown up. Thousands of them became amputees. A man prayed during therapy at an International Committee of the Red Cross clinic established by Dr Alberto Cairo.

James Nachtwey

Print Size: 990x660 mm
Frame Size: 1080x750 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS JN 174 35

 

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Afghanistan, Kabul, 1996


Kabul was heavily mined during the civil war, and long after the combatants left the centre of the city, people continued to be blown up. Thousands of them became amputees. A man prayed during therapy at an International Committee of the Red Cross clinic established by Dr Alberto Cairo.


Photographer:
James Nachtwey


Print Size: 990x660 mm

Frame Size: 1080x750 mm

Exhibit: POS JN 174 35

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