2016 / Fine Art / Portrait

Holocaust 3.0

  • Photographer
    Francesco Francaviglia

"Holocaust 3.0" represents a reflection on issues and migration flows that animate in an urgent manner the chronicles of our time. The project, in its complexity, consists of migrant women and men portrait's. To the injuries that are common to all people fleeing from wars, dictatorships and poverty, must be added the signs of abuse and gender violence, which affect mostly women. I shoot these portraits in centers for refugees and asylum seekers and in shelter houses for women victims of exploitation. This project would  represent the drama of this migration of biblical proportions: the Mediterranean Humanity united by pain but also by the ability to express a great strength to react and live. The Mediterranean has become witness of enormous atrocities but is the place you can not do without for a possible salvation.