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Photography Exhibition – Rêves d’avenir, an exhibit pres.

Photography Exhibition – Rêves d’avenir, an exhibit pres.

In this year marking the 30th anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, 60 young individuals in between the ages of 11 and 18, Syrian and turkish refugees, have actually been able to work and find out together the art of photography. Photography ends up being an ingenious conference angle for these young individuals who might then work together and get to understand and acknowledge each other. More than an exhibit, “Rêves d’avenir” is likewise a story of durability, the story of a conference in between a number of worlds: that of the art of photography and that of these Turkish teenagers and young Syrian refugees, who were likewise able to find themselves through training.

In this year marking the 30th anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, 60 young individuals in between the ages of 11 and 18, Syrian and turkish refugees, have actually been able to work and discover together the art of photography. Trained on the ground by Reza, these young boys and women have actually found out to inform through photography their everyday truths and the future they see for themselves. Photography ends up being an ingenious conference angle for these young individuals who might then work together and get to understand and acknowledge each other. “Photography is an art that has the capability to put cultures and individuals in person, thanks to it we can go towards each other. More than an exhibit, “Rêves d’avenir” is likewise a story of strength, the story of a conference in between a number of worlds: that of the art of photography and that of these Turkish teenagers and young Syrian refugees, who were likewise able to find themselves through training.