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Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015. Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount. , 2015

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40 3/5 × 51 1/5 in
103 × 130 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Doha, San Diego, Aarhus
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Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015.
Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount.
Tende Mount is …

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Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015.
Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount.
Tende Mount is the main strategic point in Ubari city. From there, Tuareg soldiers are
able to counter terrestrial assaults from the Tebu tribal groups.
Fighting, which is ongoing, broke out there in September of 2014, and pits the

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Series
The Dynamics of Dust
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Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015.
Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount.
Tende Mount is …

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Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015.
Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount.
Tende Mount is the main strategic point in Ubari city. From there, Tuareg soldiers are
able to counter terrestrial assaults from the Tebu tribal groups.
Fighting, which is ongoing, broke out there in September of 2014, and pits the

Read more
Series
The Dynamics of Dust
Image rights
© Philippe Dudouit

Ubari, Southern Libya, 2015. Tuareg tribe militiamen playing babyfoot on Tende Mount. , 2015

Archival Digital Print
40 3/5 × 51 1/5 in
103 × 130 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
Doha, San Diego, Aarhus
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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