The Hindu Kush mountains are the subject of Paolo Pellegrin's exhibition. We know his social reportage, from conflicts in Palestine, Lebanon and Iraq, to the natural disasters of the tsunami in Banda Ache and the hurricane Katrina in the US, to mention just a few.
In this exhibition we find ourselves before broad views of mountains that preserve secrets, conflicts and dark pasts. Aerial views of the skin of the earth: black mountains and permanent scars.
Large prints, almost abstract images, but at the same time tactile sensations of the earth.