No One Home, by Ibrahim Fakhri

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Ibrahim Fakhri, 1461 days and counting installation for British Red Cross, London Britain - 15 Mar 2015Ibrahim Fakhri, 1461 days and counting installation for British Red Cross, London Britain - 15 Mar 2015Ibrahim Fakhri, 1461 days and counting installation for British Red Cross, London Britain - 15 Mar 2015

Syrian artist Ibrahim Fakhri has collaborated with British Red Cross to create an art installation shedding light on the humanitarian crisis in Syria. His stencil graphic portrays children from refugee camps forced to flee their homes, while each milk bottle represents a new day of the crisis, which stood at 1461 bottles at the start of the exhibition. A new bottle will be added every day as the exhibition, and the crisis, continues. The installation is free to view and is on show from 16 – 22 March at the Old Truman Brewery, Dray Walk, London. It is in aid of the British Red Cross’ Syria Crisis Appeal.

“The world has forgotten”: An artist’s take on the Syria crisis from British Red Cross on Vimeo.