Photographs by Rhodri Jones
Texts: Leonard Fox; Monica Dematte
Dimensions of the book: 27,8cm x 18,7cm
84 pages three-colour printing + 56 texts’s pages
Published in English/Italian/Albanian/Chinese
The photographs in this book portray in vivid images the life of a people who, for centuries, were little known beyond their own borders. Northern Albania, like the Caucasus, Tibet and Euzkadi (the Basque country), is a land protected – and cut off – from the rest of the world by great mountains and deep gorges. Like the inhabitants of those other regions, too, the Northern Albanians are a fiercely independent people who, over the course of untold generations, sacrificed countless lives to maintain their freedom and their unique culture.