The women in Asad Faulwell's portraits were Algerian bomb smugglers in the 1950s who fought French occupiers, who in turn tortured the women. "They are victims, aggressors, killers," Faulwell says of his subjects. "My interest was in the moral ambiguity of the whole thing."


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