Beqaa Valley, 2015

Whiford’s emotional image serves as a spiritual twin to the SYRIAN GIRL piece in Humanity. Depicting another child at the Syrian refugee camp in the Beqaa Valley, this photograph argues for social justice and equality through the young boy’s innocent, doleful expression. The wooden barriers that surround him further the impact of the image’s thesis, not only specifying that the boy is separated from the viewer, but also that we are separated from him.

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  • 11 x 14 inches
  • 16 x 20 inches

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