After a month of really hard work, we are delighted to announce the exhibitions opening dates of ADIL Almost Dawn in Libya project.

01st July          Misurata          Goz elteek Hotel

04th July         Benghazi          Art Museum

10th July          Tripoli             Art House

12th July          Zintan              Media Center

World-Renowned Photographers to Exhibit Images from the Front Lines of the War in Libya in Effort to Promote Reconciliation.

Less than a year after the end of the Libyan war, and yet in the middle of its consequences, world renowned war photographers are back in Libya to promote the project “ADIL – Almost Dawn in Libya”. It comprises in a series of four exhibits in Libya’s major cities of Misurata, Benghazi, Tripoli, and Zintan.

ADIL – that in arabic also means “Fairness” – an original idea by André Liohn with the photographers Lynsey Addario, Eric Bouvet, Bryan Denton, Christopher Morris, Jehad Nga and Finbarr O’Reilly, will present to the Libyan public 93 frontline photographs produced during the 8 months of the Libyan revolution that culminated with the death of Muammar Gaddafi in October 20th 2011.

The project was organized by the photographers themselves with Prospekt agency and the curatorial guidance signed by editor Annalisa D’Angelo and Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin.

During the exhibitions, ADIL, in partnership with local individuals and local and international NGO’s as International Medical Corps, will promote meetings and workshops trying to foster dialogue, in an effort to promote peace, rebuilding and a return to self-reliance.

“Photography is an extremely valuable communication instrument because it is universally accessible and understood and it bridges socio-economic and linguistic barriers,” says André Liohn, Overseas Press Club of America’s 2012 Robert Capa Award winner and creator of ADIL. “In the aftermath of a civil war, photography can support people’s struggles in dealing with the painful past, in designing a shared vision of the future. Photographs are witnesses of the broken relations and can contribute to the healing of societies.”

As a gesture of gratitude and respect, the Misurata council will prepare a tribute in honor of the photojournalists Chris Hondros, Tim Hetherington, Anton Hammerl and cameramen Ali Hassan al-Jaber and Gamal al Gwery  killed in Libya during the upraising. The journalists Marie Colvin, Anthony Shadid and Rémi Ochlik who also covered the Libyan war, but died earlier this year in Syria, will also be remembered.

Curators: Paolo Pellegrin, Annalisa D’Angelo

Photographers: Lynsey Addario, Eric Bouvet, Bryan Denton, André Liohn, Christopher Morris, Jehad Nga, Finbarr O’Reilly

Project Management: Claudio Jampaglia, Gaia Mazzolini, Samuele Pellecchia (Prospekt Photographers Agency)



Thank you to the photo agencies: VII, Corbis, Prospekt, Reuters

Special thanks to Mohammad Bin Lamin, Rima Bugaighis, Dean Hondros, Sebastian Junger, Penny Sukhraj and all the supporters from

To all the friends: Annalisa D’angelo,Christopher ChiversChristopher MorrisRima BgPatrick WittyPaolo PellegrinMohammad Bin LaminMisurata BookAlan HuffmanDean HondrosGaia MazzoliniMauricio LimaClare Morgana GillisHarald MenkAlessandra NegriniBorzou DaragahiJaya VadlamudiRida MazagriDirk GebhardtJon LevyPenny SukhrajClaudio JampagliaJames FoleyMaria Carolina TellesJaffar MabroukProspekt Photographers IIDonald R. WinslowAmora AmoriMarcio GagliatoCarolina Montenegro,Lynsey AddarioKhalifa AlaswadProspekt PhotographersSamuele PellecchiaStella KramerAmal Salah DelawiAhmed Shlak,Fernando Costa NettoJames PriceEl Fortia M MisratagradSebastian JungerEric Bouvet,Soaade MessoudiJorn DecockMarie Sumalla,Kira PollackMarie LelievreMarion Durand,Finbarr O’ReillyMoritz Albr Echtsch OeckBryan Denton, Serena Massimi, Stefania Malfanti, Luca Ranieri, Francesco Merlini.

To our sponsors

For interviews on the ground please contact André Liohn at: +218 92366 8332 or by email

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