Laura Salvinelli, the Invisible Beauty of the Weak

Interview with Laura Salvinelli, Social and War Photographer, internationally famous, who talks about her difficult and exciting profession, her art, and tells us great stories about some of her pictures.

Tuareg girls in Niger, 2018 by Laura Salvinelli
Child labor Surgical Instruments, Pakistan 2013
Worker child, Pakistan 2013
Keanu Reeves in “Little Buddha” 1992, by Laura Salvinelli
Orthopedic Centre, Kabul 2003 by Laura Salvinelli
Lakshmi, 9 years, Krishna wife, India by Laura Salvinelli
Tibetan girl, 2004 by Laura Salvinelli
“Buzkashi/Guernica”, Afghanistan 2013 by Laura Salvinelli
Buzkashi, Portrait, Afghanistan 2013 by Laura Salvinelli
Buzkashi, Afghanistan 2013, by Laura Salvinelli
Tripoli, Lebanon 2014 by Laura Salvinelli
Demining mine in Sudan, 2016 by Laura Salvinelli
Mine risk education, Sudan 2016 by Laura Salvinelli
Home of the elephants, India, 1996 by Laura Salvinelli
Home of the elephants, India 2007 by Laura Salvinelli
Home of the elephants, India 2007 by Laura Salvinelli
Home of the elephants, India 2007 by Laura Salvinelli
Karen tribe girl, Thailand 1989 by Laura Salvinelli
Young man dressed for Festival, Niger 2018 by Laura Salvinelli
Show against the female genital mutilation, poster by Laura Salvinelli, New York City 2019

Italian writer, blogger, artist, freelancing and witch. Blog: www.ostinataecontraria.com

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