The Libyan War #01

1.800,00 2.800,00 

  • Limited Edition of 15: 100[cm] X 66.6[cm] 
  • Limited Edition of 5: 60[cm] X 40[cm] 
  • Archival 100% Cotton FineArt Print
  • Signed Artwork 
  • Certificate of Authenticity.

Fabio Bucciarelli has been working in Libya since the first stages of the civil war in 2011 until the death of Gheddafi. He later went back to the country to document the fighting against Daesh.

The photo is part project “ The Libyan War” and it appears in the book “L’odore della guerra (2012, Aliberti, Italy). The artwork has been exhibited in Barcelona at The Blue Project Gallery and in International art fairs including Milan MIA and DF Mexico Zona Maco. 







Photo Caption: Libyan rebel fighters during mobbing up operation in a destroyed house in Sirte, Libya, October 2011. The Libyan revolution began on February 2011, in the wake of the riots that changed the Arab world. In contrast with what happened in Tunisia and in Egypt, in a few weeks the Libyan Revolution became a civil war, a conflict that claimed more than 20,000 dead and 50,000 wounded. Libya, one of the richest countries in oil and natural gas, attracted the interests of the Western powers which decided to participate actively in the conflict aiming to oust the dictator and to rearrange the politics of oil in Europe and in the whole world. NATO, led by France, changed the fortunes of the conflict. 

The Artwork is available in Limited Editions at two different sizes, 60[cm]x 40[cm] and 100[cm]x 66.6[cm], printed on FineArt archival paper, signed and goes with the unique Certificate of Authenticity. 

The artwork is delivered unframed, with the signed certificates of authenticity included. The photograph is printed in the archival 100% cotton FineArt paper Epson Hot Press Bright 310gsm, using the highest quality archival inks.

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