Beyond Gitmo | ما وراء خليج غوانتانامو The last chapter of my work on Guantánamo Bay, Beyond Gitmo, offers an unprecedented view of 14 once-alleged terrorists held at the U.S. Naval Station in Cuba, after they have been cleared and freed to nine countries, from Albania to Qatar. Gitmo's inmates are reviled as the "worst of the worst," but many were innocents kidnapped and sold to American forces. Hundreds of men held for years at Guantánamo without charge or trial have now been released home or displaced to foreign countries as unlikely permanent tourists. The military prohibits photographing faces at Guantánamo Bay. Beyond Gitmo replicates this "no faces" rule in the free world; their bodies may be free, but Guantánamo will always mark them. *Contact me to view private images,* which one curator describes as "heart-wrenching" and "powerfully moving." The complete Guantánamo Bay project, Welcome to Camp America, debuted in a solo exhibition at the Centre de la Photographie Genève (Switzerland), on show through o 14 May 2017, and in a photo book that will be released later this year by Radius Books.