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- Who defines the margins—and why do we accept these boundaries? A wide-ranging dialogue between two photographers about their journeys to the edges of society, as well as to their own personal limits.
- Journalists are often told to answer the 5 W’s in their work (who, what, when, where…)—but according to this award-winning Greek photographer, it is “the why” that is most important.
- A brand-new award dedicated to supporting the creation of documentary work about the Mediterranean. The inaugural group of laureates have made powerful work in Greece, the Middle East and Italy: here are their works-in-progress.
- The mounting tensions caused by the continuous influx of migrants into Europe has slowly burned itself onto the visual memory of the world — this brilliant group exhibition, housed in an abandoned bank, examines the various routes that wind their way towards the promise of a better life.
- “The very structure of being itself involves a journey”—a challenging group exhibition that looks at the issue of migration from the perspective of those on the inside, an uncharted area where we become strangers even to ourselves.
- The refugee crisis stands as one of the most pressing political questions of our time—a new photo festival has been founded to explore the pressing themes of identity and borders in Europe, and across the world.
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