Winners 2012 > Motions Series > HM - Antonio Faccilongo

Come back : My work tells the story of 7000 Palestinian prisoners through the eyes of their mothers, wives and daughters – awaiting their return from the Israeli prisons – and through the eyes of former prisoners returning to freedom. All of these women must struggle to support their families both economically and emotionally, often finding themselves with many children to raise. Due to the strict red tape of the Israeli prison service, they must face endless and humiliating routes to visit their sons, daughters and husbands in the local prisons. From here the heading of my photo session “(SINGLE) WOMEN” : to give an account through my photos of how the lives of these women are suspended and they are lying in wait of their men’s return. And this will never happen until they remain single women. The report takes place in the prisoner’s homes : in the bedrooms where they would rest, in the living rooms where they would receive guests for tea or coffee, in the kitchens where their women...
Come back
I am there with you : My work tells the story of 7000 Palestinian prisoners through the eyes of their mothers, wives and daughters – awaiting their return from the Israeli prisons – and through the eyes of former prisoners returning to freedom. All of these women must struggle to support their families both economically and emotionally, often finding themselves with many children to raise. Due to the strict red tape of the Israeli prison service, they must face endless and humiliating routes to visit their sons, daughters and husbands in the local prisons. From here the heading of my photo session “(SINGLE) WOMEN” : to give an account through my photos of how the lives of these women are suspended and they are lying in wait of their men’s return. And this will never happen until they remain single women. The report takes place in the prisoner’s homes : in the bedrooms where they would rest, in the living rooms where they would receive guests for tea or coffee, in the kitchens where...
I am there with you
I wait you : My work tells the story of 7000 Palestinian prisoners through the eyes of their mothers, wives and daughters – awaiting their return from the Israeli prisons – and through the eyes of former prisoners returning to freedom. All of these women must struggle to support their families both economically and emotionally, often finding themselves with many children to raise. Due to the strict red tape of the Israeli prison service, they must face endless and humiliating routes to visit their sons, daughters and husbands in the local prisons. From here the heading of my photo session “(SINGLE) WOMEN” : to give an account through my photos of how the lives of these women are suspended and they are lying in wait of their men’s return. And this will never happen until they remain single women. The report takes place in the prisoner’s homes : in the bedrooms where they would rest, in the living rooms where they would receive guests for tea or coffee, in the kitchens where their women...
I wait you
Our identity : My work tells the story of 7000 Palestinian prisoners through the eyes of their mothers, wives and daughters – awaiting their return from the Israeli prisons – and through the eyes of former prisoners returning to freedom. All of these women must struggle to support their families both economically and emotionally, often finding themselves with many children to raise. Due to the strict red tape of the Israeli prison service, they must face endless and humiliating routes to visit their sons, daughters and husbands in the local prisons. From here the heading of my photo session “(SINGLE) WOMEN” : to give an account through my photos of how the lives of these women are suspended and they are lying in wait of their men’s return. And this will never happen until they remain single women. The report takes place in the prisoner’s homes : in the bedrooms where they would rest, in the living rooms where they would receive guests for tea or coffee, in the kitchens where their...
Our identity
Where are my boys? : My work tells the story of 7000 Palestinian prisoners through the eyes of their mothers, wives and daughters – awaiting their return from the Israeli prisons – and through the eyes of former prisoners returning to freedom. All of these women must struggle to support their families both economically and emotionally, often finding themselves with many children to raise. Due to the strict red tape of the Israeli prison service, they must face endless and humiliating routes to visit their sons, daughters and husbands in the local prisons. From here the heading of my photo session “(SINGLE) WOMEN” : to give an account through my photos of how the lives of these women are suspended and they are lying in wait of their men’s return. And this will never happen until they remain single women. The report takes place in the prisoner’s homes : in the bedrooms where they would rest, in the living rooms where they would receive guests for tea or coffee, in the kitchens where...
Where are my boys?
 

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