A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words
Refugees from Málaga in Almería, Spain, February 1937. © Gerda Taro © International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words A brief story written by Nida Khan, intern for The Jüdische Kulturbund Project, about Gerda Taro and Robert Capa, two Jewish photojournalists who used their photos to fight the Fascist movement growing […]
Zilia Sanchez’s “Repression”
Cuban artist Zilia Sanchez's powerful Repression speaks for itself. On exhibit at The Phillip's Collection until May, 19, 2019.
Sri Lanka: Live Drawing Concert “Boy and War”
A live drawing concert: Award winning German graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist, creating live illustrations to Sri Lankan singer-songwriter Ajith Kumarasiri's rock ballads. Friday 20 January 2017, Goethe-Institut Colombo
Syria: An interview with Ammar Adbulhamid
Ammar Adbulhamid is a human-rights activist, writer and digital media artist, exiled from Syria living in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. Ammar shares with us his life growing up in tumultuous Syria, the demons he lives with everyday as a result of his life then and memories that haunt him today. Please read his story and […]
Burma: Interview with visual and performing artist Htein Lin
Surviving nearly seven years in prison, producing hundreds of paintings in secret while incarcerated, living in England after his release, Htein Lin shares his story about enduring abuse, feeling freedom, and returning to his country where he is a prolific visual and performing artist.