Photographs from across the North-East displaying Tamil culture and the nation’s history of resistance and remembrance were showcased at the Jaffna Photography Festival this weekend.
The festival, which holds it final day on Monday, exhibited work from photographers across the North-East at the Thanthai Chelva Auditorium in Jaffna.
Amongst the work on display were photographs from Maaveerar Naal remembrance in recent years, as well as images depicting the protests and struggle of the families of the disappeared, who have been demonstrating for more than 1,000 days.
See more photographs from the exhibition below.
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