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In this book, published as part of an exhibition at the Noorderlicht gallery in Groningen, photographer Dirk-Jan Visser reveals the human tragedy of a country torn apart by war from the perspective of two football teams, which symbolise the ongoing conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. In 1994, with the aid of Armenia, the region broke away from Azerbaijan, but to date is not internationally recognised as an independent state. For three years, Visser and writer Arthur Huizinga followed the daily lives of six individuals central to the exhibition in an intimate, photojournalistic documentation of the regions history, people and culture.
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Book Description Paradox, 2013. Softcover, 308 pages; in English and possibly Aremenian or Turkish?; as new condition; clean and crisp; no internal marks. A photo essay on football teams from Azerbaijan and Armenia. Foreign shipping may be extra. Seller Inventory # OfHuPa75