Date(s) - 28/10/2015
Galerie Romain Rolland
Nazes Afroz’s images, taken between 2001 and 2014, portray an Afghanistan, which is little known outside. They show how the Afghans carry on with their daily lives like any people from other parts of the world despite living with continued insecurity. Nazes Afroz has worked as a journalist for more than 34 years covering news, features and current affairs spanning South, Central and West Asia for the BBC World Service. Photography has always been his passion and now he’s doing it full time apart from writing, after leaving the BBC in 2013. He held his first photography exhibition, ‘From Kabul to Kolkata’, with Moska Najib, in four cities across South Asia earlier this year.
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