Current: Camp Life

More than 300 people attended the opening of CAMP (Center for Art on Migration Politics) and its inaugural exhibition Camp Life: Artistic reflections on the politics of refugee and migrant detention on April 17, which featured Dady de Maximo’s fashion show “If the Sea Could Talk.”

Come see the exhibition yourself, which presents projects by 9 international contemporary artists and collectives, who examine the politics of detaining refugees and migrants. Or join one of our free guided tours every Saturday from 3–4 pm.

View video tour of exhibition and fashion show

Listen to sound clip from radio guerilla installation by Trampoline House Women’s Club

Read/View press on exhibition and fashion show