The artist’s bright pink motor yacht has already rescued 89 refugees in distress in the Mediterranean.
Journeys Drawn: Illustration from the Refugee Crisis tells the stories of some of the estimated 68.5 million people who have been forcibly displaced worldwide.
A new project that is slated to appear in front of the New York Public Library’s main branch on Fifth Avenue will contain the blood of refugees.
The city removed Olu Oguibe’s “Monument to Strangers and Refugees,” at dawn on the national holiday celebrating Germany’s reunification after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The City of Kassel has decided to indefinitely remove Olu Oguibe’s public sculpture, “Monument to Strangers and Refugees,” commissioned for last year’s Documenta.
The National Gallery of Victoria will no longer work with Wilson Security, though it claims recent protests and petitions did not drive the decision.
Candice Breitz retitled one of her pieces “Wilson Must Go” in protest of the National Gallery of Victoria’s contract with Wilson Security, a company shown to have committed human rights abuses at Australian detention centers.
A refugee shelter has won the annual Beazley Design of the Year award.
For Project Life Jacket, an artist illustrated Syrian refugees’ memories of their lives before the war on flotation devices.
The exhibition Insecurities takes an unorthodox approach to artists’, architects’, and designers’ attempts to alleviate the crises faced by millions of forcibly displaced persons.
Some 5,000 undocumented immigrants currently live in overcrowded detention centers in Malta, though their hardships are mostly hidden from the wealthy European tourists who flock to the Mediterranean archipelago.
LOS ANGELES — The Annenberg Space for Photography serendipitously opened their latest exhibition Refugee during the Jewish holiday of Passover, which celebrates one of our most enduring refugee narratives, the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt (even if its veracity is in doubt).