Until January 2016
The Art Club, London
Documentary photographer Moises Saman has forged a highly successful career capturing newsworthy images in some of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. In December 2010, the international community watched as Tunisia was gripped by revolution. The political turmoil soon spread across a host of territories including, Egypt, Libya, Syria and Jordan, with protests, demonstrations, riots and civil wars erupting across the Middle East and Africa.
Since 2011, Saman has been chronicling these upheavals in a photographic series entitled Discordia: The Arab Spring, which he is compiling into a hardback publication. The project as a whole consists of 184 photos and captures some often harrowing images.