Ryo Kameyama (b. 1976) began his career as photographer of conflicts in 1996, in Mexico, Central and South America. Here he focuses his attention on Black Africa, capturing the reality of one of world’s most brutal battlefields where rape, murder and plunder are a daily occurrence. The book contains 125 photographs taken in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sierra Lione, Burundi, Angola and south Sudan, shot from 2003-2010. For this work Kameyama was awarded the Domon Ken prize, the most celebrated photography award in Japan. 101 pages : chiefly ill. ; 30 cm. Limited text in Japanese.