Photo Gallery: Living in the Inbetween, Alexander Ward
A photojournalism project documenting the refugee and migrant crisis will be on exhibition at The Pilcrow in Sadler’s Yard in Manchester.
Manchester photographer Alexander Ward visited Thessaloniki, Greece in October 2018 to undertake a photojournalism project documenting the refugee and migrant crisis that has gripped the country. Working with charities such as IndiGO Volunteers, Helping Hands International, DocMobile and Soul Food operating at the front line to provide relief, Ward is now exhibiting his work at The Pilcrow in Sadler’s Yard opposite Victoria Station.
Titled Living in the Inbetween, the exhibition will contain 35 pieces of work and aim to show the limbo that refugees and migrants find themselves in, along with the commitment and attitude of volunteers.
A launch of the collection will be held on Wednesday 28th November at 7pm for members of the general public. The work being exhibited throughout December.
You can find out more at www.alexanderward.com/expo
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