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06/09 – 14/10/2018
@ De Markten / Brussels
The UNREST photo exhibition, presented at the De Markten cultural center in Brussels from September 6th to October 14th, brings together 20 visual stories, inviting us to reflect and provoking in us, the viewers, questions about the volatile state of our world.
This orchestrated interaction between 100 photographs of twelve MAPS photographers explores three central current topics: migration, civil society’s response to social issues and the threat to both humanity and our environment due to human activity.
Dominic NAHR, From the series « Fukushima », Japan
A tunnel lit by red lights and in a high radiation zone in the mountains inside the 20km exclusion zone near the crippled Daiichi Nuclear Plant after the earthquake and Tsunami hit the north east coast of Japan in 2011.
Justyna MIELNIIKIEWICZ, From the series «A Ukraine Runs Through It»
Dniprovka Village, Ukraine, Headless statue of V.Lenin , painted gold stands in the center of the village by Enerhodar City, where biggest in Europe Atomic Power Station is located , on the bank of Kakhovka Reservoir on Dnieper River.
Christian LUTZ, From the series "Insert Coins", Las Vegas, USA
Cédric GERBEHAYE, From the series "Maqbooza Kashmir", India
People shout slogan at the funeral of Hizbul Mujahideen rebel Rayees Kachru in Bellow area, Pulwama dsitrict in South Kashmir. Two Hizbul Mujahideen rebels were killed in a brief encounter with Indian Security Forces at Opadghampora Awantipora.
Massimo BERRUTI, from the series "Drops", Gaza strip
Gaza, Beit Lahya, A young girl is waiting for the lunch to be prepared. She belongs to a family who has no access to drinking water and her mother has gone to bring fresh water from the closest tanker.