Ten years in pictures — a period defined by attacks, the world economy … and the onward march of celebrity culture.
This has been a decade which, more than any other, has been defined by the suicide bomber, since that fateful day in September 2001 when Al Qaeda terrorists crashed airliners into the Twin Towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington.
At first sight, Frederic Aranda and Chasidic Jewry seem worlds apart. One is rooted in tradition, Orthodoxy and halachah, while the other is a young, award-winning fashion photographer who spends his time working with models and stylists.
Yet, because of a chance experience at university, Aranda has been able to gain access to Charedi communities around the world to produce a collection of revealing images of Orthodox life.