“King Amanullah’s Victory Arch built to celebrate the 1919 winning of Independence from the British.” From Afghanistan: Chronotopia.
Barbican exhibition focuses on architecture and photography
Image 24 of 27 from gallery of Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age. Simon Norfolk Former Soviet-era 'Palace of Culture', Kabul, 2001 - Courtesy of Simon Norfolk. Image Courtesy of Barbican Art Gallery
Simon Norfolk Victory arch built by the Northern Alliance at the entrance to a local commander’s headquarters in Bamiyan. The empty niche housed the smaller of the two Buddhas, destroyed by the Taliban in 2001 2001 from the series Afghanistan: Chronotopia
Simon Norfolk - makes beautiful but challenging issues about war in areas like Afghanistan
"Storage depot for the oil-fired power station at Jiyé/Jiyeh bombed in the first few days of the [Israel-Hezbollah] war and still on fire and still dumping oil into the sea 20 days later. Seen from the Sands Rock Resort, 1 Aug