Objectivity for Amnesty International

This project and exhibition under the title “Objectivity” is organized in partnership with the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee, as part of Amnesty’s S.O.S. Europe campaign. The photographs aimed to look behind the labels of “migrant” and “refugee” by telling stories about individual people.

“This project is about people,” says renowned Bulgarian photographer Vesselina Nikolaeva. “It aims to tell their stories by showing an object of importance they brought from home. But not everyone had an object to show, having left everything behind, or given everything to the smugglers. Everything. But not their face. And not their voice. The people in these photographs are refugees. But first they are people.”

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