"I wanted people to interpret my art for themselves," Nadia Jelassi said at her studio, where sunlight bathed two of the figures she managed to salvage.  Veiled and surrounded by stones, the busts of three women were attacked by Salafists last June for being religiously offensive. *Note: this image is not available to download.

“I wanted people to interpret my art for themselves,” Nadia Jelassi said at her studio, where sunlight bathed two of the figures she managed to salvage. Veiled and surrounded by stones, the busts of three women were attacked by Salafists last June for being religiously offensive. *Note: this image is not available to download.

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