Exhibition • KTLS18 London, UK.

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10~13 April 2018

KTLS18 and The Dickson Poon School of Law is proud to present The Itinerary, an exhibition of photojournalism documenting the refugee crisis, which since 2015, has spread from Africa and the Middle East to Europe. 

The Itinerary represents the work of 11 photojournalists who have documented various sites affected by the refugee crisis. These locations include camps in Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Hungary. Some of the photographs were also taken in the starting points of the refugees' trek, including countries and regions such as Iraq, Syria and Sub-Saharan Africa. The exhibition seeks to document life along these journeys, blending the details of this struggle with photographic reportage that calls for solidarity amid a crisis which is still ongoing.

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 launch event will feature a special introduction to the exhibition by Dr. Dimitrios Bouras as well as a preview of the exhibition itself.

The King’s Transnational Law Summit 2018 inspired by the political philosopher Hannah Arendt's book The Human Condition, which turns 60 this year 2018, evolved around the theme of The New Human Condition: Creating Justice for Our Future.  The event brought together nearly 400 participants from a variety of disciplines: legal scholars and practitioners, policy makers, city councils and unions, grass-root associations, fiction writers and poets and activists.This inaugural Summit (KTLS18) placed justice at the centre of a wider inter-disciplinary conversation about democratic politics, inequality, health and the environment in a volatile world.

Held over three and a half days, KTLS18 facilitate in-depth conversations through keynotes, panel and roundtable discussions as well as specialised workshops. The Summit amplify existing conversations and initiate new debates on the themes of environmental justice, economy, health, migration, equality and action.

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.

Curated by: Dimitrios Bouras
Edited by: Maria Georgaki

  • The King’s Transnational Law Summit 2018
  • • 10~13 April 2018
  • • Open: 10am-8pm
The Exchange, Bush House, London, UK.