When children with Down syndrome recreate the masterpieces of classical painting

With her project And I’m a work of art, the Albanian photographer Soela Zani wanted to pay tribute to children with Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, by offering them to recreate the masterpieces of classical painting. A series of beautiful portraits, very powerful and inspiring, which reinforce the self-esteem and self-confidence of these children with Down syndrome, but also help to fight for tolerance and against exclusion.

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Images © Soela Zani / source

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