Topic: Migration Asylum

Topic: Migration & Asylum

A pair of worn of children shoes
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Shannon Jensen
A building with a mural on it
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Layqa Nuna Yawar
James Jean and Patrice Worthy wearing face paint and traditional clothing
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Walé Oyéjidé
A man and a women sitting on a car.
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Nigel Dickinson
A large pile of circuit boards in front of trees.
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Edward Burtynsky
A man stretching a partially missing arm.
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Mark Leong
Men in hardhats. Yellow hat in the middle.
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Paolo Woods
Girl with grandmother.
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Andrea Diefenbach
A man surrounded by burnt wood.
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Lynsey Addario
A ritual procession of people in costume.
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Chester Higgins, Jr.
A woman wearing virtual reality goggles and headphones
Moving Walls 25
Girl with woman carrying bricks
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Heidi Bradner
A woman wearing a wedding dress and dragon wings
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Omar Imam
Surveillance camera operator seated inside a zeppelin, with ocean in background
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Julian Roeder
Children playing in a cemetery.
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Beka Vučo
A man eating on a fire escape.
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Chien-Chi Chang
A group of people surrounding a man with an accordion.
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John Vachon
A woman standing in front of a table with piñatas nearby
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Sol Aramendi
Two men sitting next to man looking at cell phone
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Liam Maloney
Shadows of three people on a wall.
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Gabriela Bulisova
A diptych of a woman behind wet glass and a handwritten letter
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Thana Faroq
An boy puts his hand on a younger boy's head
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Tomas Ayuso
Demonstrators with flag.
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Abdi Roble
A group of young monks, some in a room, some outside a window.
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Teru Kuwayama
Women at a protest, wearing shirts that say, "Justice for Erwiana."
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Xyza Cruz Bacani
A small replica of the Statue of Liberty in front of a house
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Jessica Ávalos, Koral Carballo, Anita Pouchard Serra

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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