World Refugee Day
There are so many problems in the world that go unnoticed because they do not directly affect us or our families and relatives. One of such issues is about Refugees. But art is the mirror of society, they say. And it is true, because the following art pieces by artist from all over the world depict the different narratives about problems surrounding the state of Refugees.
We have collected some that artworks from around the web that we thought had something really important to say!
Za’atari Syrian Refugee Camp, 2014 collaboration with local youth, who painted about what they missed most about their homes in Syria in the colored shapes
Za’atari Syrian Refugee Camp, 2014 collaboration with local youth, who painted about what they missed most about their homes in Syria in the colored shapes.
”The Future is in Our Hands.” Created near the entrance of Za’atari Syrian Refugee Camp, this piece emphasizes the need for displaced people to rebuild their communities.
Inability of media to capture the colorless atmosphere of war.
Expressions of national grief, of futures destroyed.
Recreation of the infamous photograph captured by a journalist of a three-year old boy, Aylan, washing up on the shores, an image that ignited international outrage
Red Blue Day – A Prayer by Kathryn Kaiser
Refugee Crisis by Alejo Porras
Refugees-La Sagrada Familia
Painting by Solara Shiha Syrian refugee
These artworks were retrieved from the following sources:
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