'A Warehouse of Souls'

Start date
Friday, 21 April 2017, 17:00
End date
Friday, 21 April 2017, 18:00
Location
Atrium, ISS

Opening of a photo exhibition on the plight of refugees entering Europe through Greece.

Photographer Nicola Zolin will open an exhibition of his photographs on the plight of refugees entering Europe through Greece, one year after the EU-Turkey deal.

The images of the exodus of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty to reach Europe, have for months made international headlines. But lately the audience has become increasingly numb toward the plight of these human beings in transit, seeking a new future. The migration phenomenon has became hostage to politics as it has been steadily manipulated by rising xenophobic movements throughout Europe.

The exhibition will be on display at ISS until 26 May 2017.

About Nicola Zolin

Nicola Zolin, 33 years old, is a photojournalist and travel writer, interested in the social and environmental transformations at the borders of Europe, Middle East and Asia.

He lived and worked in China, India, Iran, Turkey, the Netherlands, Italy and Greece, earning a BA degree in Mass Communication and a MSc in International Relations.

His works has appeared in some of the main international magazines and newspapers such as De Volkskrant, Al Jazeera, Politico, Stern, Vice News, Le Parisien, Corriere della Sera and others.

More of his work can be found on his website


Publication date: 20 April 2017