Lakeside Arts
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Event Detail
Nektarios (Nerris) Markogiannis

Fragments of Darfur

Saturday 22 January - Sunday 13 March
Djanogly Gallery


Admission Free

Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 12noon-4pm

Closed Mondays

Tragically, the forces that shaped the Holocaust - ethnic cleansing, mass genocide and enforced displacement of millions of people - continue to be enacted in conflicted territories around the world. 

Working for the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations, Nerris Markogiannis’ photography focusses on those affected by civil war in Sudan who have been forced to flee into one of several UN refugee camps in the country.     

Reflecting on the history of Holocaust photography, his images try to develop an alternative visual language for capturing difficult stories of violence and human suffering. 

Image credit: WFZ Patrol © Nektarios (Nerris) Markogiannis

Images taken by Nerris Markigiannis of happenings in Sudan

Images L-R: Abandoned Child in PoC3-Vol2 | Peaceful Demonstration in PoC1 | Wau, PoC, Registration of New Arrivals © Nektarios (Nerris) Markogiannis

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