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Artist captures war as seen by children, toys included

Jordan Times 11.07.2018. 23:51

Artist captures war as seen by children, toys included

BEIRUT/DEBAGA CAMP, Iraq — US photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child. There is no blood or mangled bodies. Instead there are pink dolls and blue tanks. A bird from a video game represents bombs falling from the sky. An elephant symbolises a l»»»

Gulf News 11.07.2018. 11:17

Artist captures war as seen by children

McCarty uses art-therapy drawings and interviews with the children to depict their accounts using toys Debaga Camp, Iraq: US photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child. There is no blood or mangled bodies. Instead there are pink dolls and blue ta»»»

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Reuters 10.07.2018. 18:03

Artist captures war as seen by children - toys included

BEIRUT/DEBAGA CAMP, Iraq (Reuters) - U.S. photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child. A drawing by an Iraqi child shows two siblings fleeing next to a dismembered body, next to a photo rendition in the old city of Mosul, Iraq, in this handout obt»»»

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Reuters India 10.07.2018. 14:34

Artist captures war as seen by children - toys included

BEIRUT/DEBAGA CAMP, Iraq (Reuters) - U.S. photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child. There is no blood or mangled bodies. Instead there are pink dolls and blue tanks. A bird from a video game represents bombs falling from the sky. An elephant sy»»»

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