Topic: Discrimination

Topic: Discrimination

James Jean and Patrice Worthy wearing face paint and traditional clothing
Moving Walls 25
Walé Oyéjidé
White vertical patterned short sleeved collared shirt, hat.
Moving Walls 18
Tadej Žnidarčič
Portrait of a Bangladeshi hijra woman
Moving Walls 23
Shahria Sharmin
Polaroid pictures with writing on them.
Moving Walls 24
Reentry Think Tank
Dread Scott standing while being sprayed by high-pressure water jets.
Moving Walls 24
Dread Scott
Couple with hand on the stomach
Moving Walls 18
Samantha Box
A group of people wearing white.
Moving Walls 24
Eric Gyamfi
Church pews with flag.
Moving Walls 14
Katrina Media Fellows, Salimah Ali, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Keith Calhoun, Gerald Cyrus, Collette V. Fournier, Russell K. Frederick, Stanley Greene, Wayne Lawrence, Kadir van Lohuizen, Chandra McCormick, John Pinderhughes, Joseph Rodriguez, Radcliffe Roye, Frank Stewart, Shawn Walker, Clarence Williams, Michael Williamson
Three men sitting in a row.
Moving Walls 19
Greg Constantine
Men praying in a church.
Moving Walls 18
Bénédicte Desrus
Seated men hiding their faces
Moving Walls 21
João Pina
Teepees superimposed over a man wearing a cowboy hat.
Moving Walls 24
Daniella Zalcman
Woman in a black and silver dress standing in front of an office backdrop.
Moving Walls 24
Endia Beal
A large group of Muslim men.
Moving Walls 19
Bharat Choudhary
Colored bars created by composite grid of thousands of photographs.
Moving Walls 22
Hasan Elahi
Telephone lines running along a highway.
Moving Walls 19
John Willis, Dwayne Wilcox
A person near the wall with a rock and a streak of light.
Moving Walls 9
Larry Towell
Women at a protest, wearing shirts that say, "Justice for Erwiana."
Moving Walls 24
Xyza Cruz Bacani
A woman standing in front of the U.S. flag.
Moving Walls 24
Ruddy Roye
People holding signs with pictures of missing relatives.
Moving Walls 8
Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Moving Walls is an annual exhibition series that explores a variety of social justice and human rights issues through documentary practice, and is produced by Open Society’s Culture and Art program. Moving Walls is exhibited at our offices in New York, London, and Washington, D.C., and includes five to nine discrete bodies of work.

Since 1998, Moving Walls has featured over 200 photographers and artists whose works address a variety of social justice and human rights issues.

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