They were millions, they had the will, they had the surfeit, they had the weight of the gagged years.
The soul of the world is a collection of 80 photographic and literary portraits taken in Cairo during 3 intense years, before, during and after the Egyptian revolution of January 2011. The work was developed under the auspicious of the Cultural section of the Spanish Embassy in Cairo.
The aim of the work was to make a portrait of the Egyptian society where, through its inhabitants, we approached the everyday issues and worries of groups from different social classes, sex, age or professions. But it has turned into a reliable document of the evolution and transformation of the country during these years of turmoil.