After Paris and Milan, the Carmignac Photojournalism Award Exhibition 'Libya: A Human Marketplace' by Mexican photographer and Pulitzer price winner Narciso Contreras is now hosted by the Saatchi Gallery, in London.
Contreras is a world-renowned video and photojournalist who has worked across the Middle East and Southern Asia on the humanitarian cost of conflicts, economics and wars. This exhibition is a report of Contreras' journey across the archipelago of detention camps in post-Gaddafi Libya, where migrants are enslaved and trafficked. It is the first chapter of a project that documents the worldwide phenomenon of 'massive human displacement'.
The exhibition is open seven days a week, 10am-6pm, until June 16. Address: Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London SW3 4RY, UK.
In a CBC article, Pakistani Canadian Sadia Rafiquddin says that there are more similarities between the two groups than differences.
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After the March 2017 special issue of Nature on human migration, it is now Science turn to publish a throughout analysis of global migration, including a number of contributions from a variety of perspectives.
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