Soho Photo Gallery presents immigrants, an exhibition focused on the uprooted people who cross the world’s borders, driven by nearly infinite variations in human need and desire to leave behind a life they know in exchange for one they do not. The exhibition was curated by Ellen Jacob and Pierre-Yves Linot. Thirteen photographers have been brought together to explore stories from across the globe and across history. The images they have created tell of people on the move, some by choice and many not, some motivated simply by a desire for a better life, many driven by extreme violence and...
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