Exhibition • CRASSH CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN THE ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES. University of Cambridge

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THE ITINERARY | TRACING THE REFUGEE ROUTES

12 NOVEMBER – 21 DECEMBER 2018

Organised by Art at the ARB, supported by CRASSH, the Department of Politics and International Relations, and The Centre for the Study of Global Movement

Eleven photojournalists have followed the trek of refugees from their point of origin – the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa – into Europe through the various stopover sites in Greece and the Balkans. The photographs in this exhibition document the refugees’ unimaginable struggles on their way to safety but also their routine, everyday activities and small moments of joy. Covering some of the distance between refugees and us, the photographs remind us that these are ordinary people on an extraordinary journey. They also make the viewer party to the experience and perspective of these eleven eyewitnesses to a great humanitarian disaster.

The photojournalists whose work features in the exhibition and the book are: Milos BicanskiAndrea Bonetti, Dimitrios Bouras, Louisa Gouliamaki, Yannis Kolesidis, John Liakos, Menelaos Myrillas, Nikos PaleologosAnna PanteliaFotis PlegasOrestis Seferoglou.

'The Itinerary' exhibition will run from 12 November until 21 December 2018.  It is located on the ground floor, first and second floors of the Alison Richard Building.


26 November 2018, 17:30 - 19:00 | Room SG1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT

Talk about The Itinerary exhibition by photojournalist Dimitrios Bouras, followed by panel discussion and audience Q&A.

Panel:

For more information on The Itinerary, please visit the web site: theitineraryexhibition.com A book , which has been prefaced by Derek Hudson and Patrick Strickland, has also been produced to accompany the exhibition.

  • Alison Richard Building • CRASSH
  • • 12 November ~ 21 December 2018
  • • Exhibition talk and panel discussion: 26 November 2018, 17:30 - 19:00