From image to action? On photography and the Syrian crisis

In 2016, the world was horrified by a photograph of 5-year-old Omran Daqneesh caked in dust and blood while riding in the back of an ambulance after a drone strike in Syria. For Catherine Edelman, the emotions sparked by the photograph laid bare both the potential and shortcomings of photography and art as tools to end violence, displacement and war

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