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Friday September 16 2016
The Path to Freedom: pictures illustrating the journey refugees are taking from war-torn countries to Europe.
dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice Sunday September 04, 2016 23:31 by Michael O'Dea - Rathmines College
Culture Night Exhibition by photojournalist Artur Widak.
Culture Night, Friday Sept 16th, will see a major exhibition of photographs relating to the current refugee crisis in Europe take place in Rathmines Town Hall. The exhibition 'The Path to Freedom: pictures illustrating the journey refugees are taking from war-torn countries to Europe' is presented by photojournalist Artur Widak and will be accompanied by an illustrated talk, 'Experiences of Artur Widak' by Fiona Bennett.
This exhibition, 'The Path to Freedom: pictures illustrating the journey refugees are taking from war-torn countries to Europe' features some of Widak' s most moving and thought-provoking images, many of which have been highly acclaimed and published internationally. They portray, all too vividly, the human disaster, the hardship and sadness that it has entailed. It is impossible to view Widak's pictures and not be incensed at the ongoing inhumanity of it all.